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With four of the most expert divers of the Trilled States iitivy alMiard. and Rumored Sensational Exposes laloiHtf apparatus which makes It In and Im.kkIIiIi' for divers to work at Rreat Selling Are Heard depths, the cruiser Maryland arrived 1111 jfn.iTi San Kranrisco this morning. The suspicions of hu alt irti"v.s nd The dockiriK at 'about !)::! n'clofk. the four fiiends apparently wire confirmed this divin party, which deep-seworkers, who are all chief morning when the latest indictment gunners' mates, Includes Dr. (J. U. against John T. Scully was in. He rossed in Circuit .Indue Ashford's W. French of the navji nd Chief Although the prosecution lias court. D. U. of Ktilson the Inventor dinner openly admitted it yet. the onin-ionot power-driveair compressor, and regenerally is accepted as fact that ducing valve. Those !x';niea have Scully has turned state's evidence and 'fot;'1ftjonthH working together leen will take the witness stand he that eiperi-mentjiast, conducting depesr net-esif iry. and testify against his and they .left the Atlantic alleged pals, John T. McGrath, George coast on 12 hour' notes' from the. Mower P. II. Hoggs. A. and navy department, to assist fn locat-Jnquartet, it will he remembered, The and raising the sunken snbmar-inindicted twice on a charge been have . they lured robbing Chinese a of The Maryland was waiting ready to to a cottage at Kalihiwhom on a romise pall at San Francisco, hut although opium to him. The first selling of high the cruiser ran at siieed for the against the four still stands first few days of the voyage, heavy indictment -""" rrrthough said to be defective and is il it Associated. Tress by Federal Wireless T pfseas made speed inadvisable, and true second was the this for it reison on Minnesota, Pacific, met largest steamship 12. the liner the has April Great Northern The Japan, being KOBE, no special factor in the time was returned. The first is hot to a great rock off Iwajima. salvage work, she was slowed down bill striking in serious disaster be prosecuted and at the proper time A hole 120 feet long has been ripped along the forward part of the vessel's hull. The passengers number, for the last half of the voyage. be dismissed. will 2CO, and are being taken to Kobe in several vessels which hurried to the assistance of the great steamer Soon after the cruiser came alonged Hut McGrath, Hoggs and Bower still side the navy dock. Naval Construct- face her wireless appeals were picked up off the coast. trial on the last indictment, which whenSalvage or J. A. Furer, Lieut C. E. Smith and has been steamers are en route to the scene in an effort to save the Minnesota. The watertight compartnolle prossed as against Sculchief Gunner StiTson held a confer- ly. It Is rumored that another mem ments of the steamer were closed when the vessel struck and it is believed she can be floated. ence, which resulted1 In a quick trip her of the party stands ready to turn of the Philippines, and their two childft is reported that Mrs. Burton Harrison, wife of the governor-genera- l to the dredge Oaylord, lying, direct state's evidence if the prosecution deren were aboard as passengers. TheMinnesota sailed on Sunday from Nagasaki for Seattle via Kobe and Yoly over the F-so that the navy ex sires his testimony. kohama. ert might size op the local situation. The big liner Dakota, sister ship of the Minnesota, stnek a rock at the entrance of Tokio bay on Marcii case against the four was set The Hjr tomorrow everything will be in .", 1907.. and was lost, 'iae disaster occurred about T o'clock of a clear afternoon und was never satisfactory for trial before a jury this morning, .,. readiness for an observation, and it but when it was called new develojv explained to many, shipping men. Is believed that with the improved a small, is struck, to wherp rocky reported have is island sea, on In. Minnesota the Inland First, the Iwajima, the quick In succession. came ments and the dredge to work from, Attorney C. II. AlcBrlde asked leave route from Nagasaki to Kobe. It is about hall a mile square. the divers will be able, to make a to withdraw-- as . counsel v. for Uoggs anT This, was granted, and L. M. Straus, mine just which, way- the F-- heads, who represents Bower, was appointed- and now the line about her Vre oM-In- by the court to undertake Hoggs deBy Wedneidijr toorning the 600. fense. , . ... ,. ,,. ton lifting scows will - be completed, Thompson then Frank Attorney R so that tomorrow kill be a day ' for requested permission to withdraw as observation, while actual work of counsel for Scully. This likewise wis raising the vessel will' not be com- granted and before the court had an menced untO the. following day. opportunity to appoint new counsel the Formulate Plana Later, prosecution announced its desire to Associated Tress Servi ee 'by; Federal wirejepse? The greater part of the niornin; enter a nolle. Straus thereujton moved INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, April 12. Heavy sentences were meteo? out was consumed In making the newcom that the trial of the other three depublic day mny to the and politicians convicted of rrs familiar with the locil situation, fendants be continued to 9 o'clock next in coiruption bribery and Haute Terre cases. the and showing the facilities for work. Wednesday morning and the motion Mayor Dnn M. Roberts of Terre Haute was sentenced to six years' Very little was known about the F-was granted. on Calling Cruiser, imprisonment Japanese and a fine of $2030. H arry Montgomery, president of the disaster on the Maryland, when she Straus, who through an oversight, public works; City Judge Sm Ith, Edward Driscoll, secretary of the board of being arrived, the officers even in had been permitted to act as surety Mission of Own, Shows Vigo county Democratic committee, Sad a nd George Ehrenhardt, of the public doubt as to whether the submarine to the extent of $1000 on Scully's bond 3 yearg in jail and fined $500. was given department, works each Judge had been definitely located. They did wis granted permission to withdraw National Sympathy Redman got ye Sheriff five Hol-and $1000 ars Shea and fine. Chief Police not know what was expected or what from responsibility In that matter, the ler, who pleaded guilty, got a year an a day's imprisonment and a fine of the renditions of work would be and prosecution consenting to let the deWith sadness of the.r own and $1. Thirteen others were sentenced and fined. bad few comments to make ma to the fendant remain at liberty on the bal ready sympathy for the victims of the' probable chances of success. ance of the bond. There Is a stand-- submarine F-- disaster, officers and With Stilson as the practical expert, Ing rule of court that counsel for a; Idzumo, ' GERMAN OFFICIAL and Dr. G. R, W. French of the navy defendant shall not be permitted to men of the Japanese cruiser today,. early port off provided with ail the latest appliances act as his surety, but due to an over- - which arrived CABLEGRAMS II their regret of medical science to guard against sight the rule had been forgotten in have already expressed navy disaster. States Un:ted f the at a deep-sedisastrous after' effects from the present instance. ' The following cablegram from offi-came K. ashore Mlmura Commander diving, the four men who do the actual Scully may net take the witness , Qial German sources was received work are confident of success. They stsnd against his com anions, but it today to ir.ake an oflieial call upon purse of are S. J. Drellishalc, Frank Criily, F. generally is believed that he will lf Admiral Moore and left a "WASHINGTON, D. C, April 11. c. Nieison and w. V. Loughman. All his evidence is found necessary to $100 to aid the wives and families of German headquarters report, April 11: have gone to excessive depths with strengthen the prosecution. He and the men lost in the F-"On the Yser canal near Poesle, the new apparatus and Drelllshak Henry Lewis were found guilty in a The chief missicn of the Idzumo south of Dreigrachten, the Germans holds the world's record of 275 feet similar case several weeks ago but here was to bring ashore for crematook three farms hitherto occupied by "This party of six has been working have not received sentence yet await- tion the body of a Japanese hospital They mane prisoner tne Belgians. together for some months past" said ing the outcome of the pending hear- steward, the funeral to be held with' Attorney - General 44 men. Near Albert one and officer Dr. French this morning. "Of course I ings. Staihback 50 naval honors. The ceremony was perwere French taken prisoner. In don't know what the local conditions turning Scully was report that The morning. Komok chl Differs With Judge Ashford the western Argonnes a French charge are or much bout the position of state's evidence quickly spread around formed this a hospital attendant en tne the sunken submarine, but if she has the city among those who have been Important Decision Filed failed. Fighting between the Meuse by his fellow and Idzumo and the Moselle increased in vehem been actually located in less than 300 following the cise and resulted, in ru-Hfit when nf i)pri-hpence toward evening. North of Com feet of water. I think the divers can mors of some sensational exposes of i ciilnro brief, In lengthy a quoting court j from was but a few get to her without-muctronble. g rulings and supreme court opinions bres, southeast of Ailly and north of and selling in the! the vessel Ue was given a hours l naval Honolulu. holds the record, but that islands. from many parts of the country, Atto- Flirey, and in the Priest forest, the this morning, the remains being' rney-general doesn't mean that the others aren't all I. .M. Stain back has result of the fightinq was succetsful cremated at Nnuanu cemetery. The! come forward in direct opposition to for the Germans. The French losses capable of doing as well should the officers of the cruiser will either take' Circuit Judge ('. W. Ashford on the were very heavy in two places, 1200 need arise. It happened to be Drelli-shak'- s his ashes to relatives in Japan or.-- legality of the indeterminate sentence French being found killed. The Ger day go down the turn to the leave them to be forwarded by the statute. mans took prisoner 11 French officers record was made; All the men are consul. 804 men, also taking seven maJapanese and local experienced divers and Mr stilson is attorney-general'filed The brief, Mule-Balso able to go to great depths should Having spent nearly four months last week in supreme court in the ap- chine guns. the need arise." in the pro-- j peal case of W. F. Armstrong, takes waters "The German captive balloon which in Mexican Work Organized. shipping, and prin-- : the position that the territorial stat- escaped in consequence of a shot Japanese of tection The diving jwirty will work In concipally to seek out the German cruis- ute, is constitutional, that the indeter- which cut the wire rope, did not land junction with the officers who have er Dresden and destrov it if possible, ' minate sentence is legal and that as stated by the French bulletin inleen designated by Admiral Moore to Torritnrlnl Secretary W. W Thav the Japanese cruiser Idzumo arrived Judge Ashford's action in refusing to side the French lines but arrived saf; conduct the salvage work. N'avil Conport early today and, after taking recognize it is therefore illegal. He near Moer Chingen. In the Vosges a structor J. A. Furer and Lieut. C. E. heels of a terrorized mule yesterday off on water and provisions, will sail for concludes his brief with the recom- blizzard orevented fighting. Smith. The former .s the technical at Waianae, when a losely cinched mendation that Judge Ashford's judg"There was some activity near Ma expert who has had entire charge of saddle turned, throwing Thayer un- Japan. ossibly to the Yokosuka naval ment and sentence in the Armstrong riampol. , further orders. and Klimk: on toe to await station, tho lifting pontoons. Lieut. Smith, as derneath the animal. be case and set and reversed aside Szawka. Russian attacks were re accomMaru Kamokura collier The commander of the submarine flotilla. that the case be remanded to the cir- pulsed.- The Russians were ejecteJ shock of swinging saddle and panies the cruiser as a collier. The has had actual command of the first man threw the mule off his feet and cuit court with instructions to give from a village near Bromierez, west of rescue work and will now direct the brought The idzumo, which is riding at an- the prisoner a legal, or indeterminate Plonsk, losing 3S0 prisoners and down atop the secretary, him three salvage Job. guns. In Poland south of the while the former was struggling chor off the harbor today, bears no sentence. machine Sometime this afternoon there will but The supreme court's opinion is an- Vistula the Russians kept up the whole to his feet again Thayer succeeded in evidence of having been a victim of be a conference at the naval station, scrambling shot and shell from the German war ticipated within the next few days proceedThe night a lively infantry and artillery mule clear. between those In charge of the various ed to kick the saddle to shreds. vessels, despite the report brought to that his oath of fire." Stainback armies branches of the work. At this time Fortunately for the rider the stir- Honolulu during the latter part of office, requiring him to uphold the TDOAY'S SITUATION plans will be definitely laid for the rups 1914 that this vessel had steamed into laws of the territory, is just as bindbig cowboy were so make, of the following The operations. cablegram was receiv'onduct of his feet instead of catching dropped a British Columbia port damaged in ing as that t'ken by Judge Ashford. ed today from official German sources: Pontoons in Shape. long engagement. and careful of review After a naval the he struck the frcm them before The. big bcows which have leen ground. "WASHINGTON, D. C. April 12 Whatever injury may have been in- subject, a study of the supreme court To this alone Thayer fact may ready be pentoons lifting as fitted German on headquarters report April 12: court decisions ami other similar for use by tomorrow morning, work believes he owes his life. Had one flicted to the vessel does not appear. "On Sunday the west front was comon them having progressed much fast- foot caught in the stirrups it would The Idzumo shows indications of conon page three! (Continued paratively quiet. The French attacks and scout er than was anticipated a day or so have held him underneath and the stant service as a patrol given in the Argonnes. Combres Height, the was vessel. frightened coal The poundcruiser ago. However, it is hardly likely that, animal would have position at Ailly and Priest forest ed his body into a unrecognizable anil provisions, while officers and JAPANESE HONOR were all repulsed. pulp with its hoofs before aid could trew enjoyed a Uw hours' liberty f Continue! on pare two FORMER EMPRESS "Since the enemy's attack killed ashore. reach him. j with bombs three women in the open He escaped with a tartly lacerated According to Captain K. Mimura iSpecia to.Niupii liji.i (town of Muellheim. German bombs arm and a severely wrenched back. the vessel is returning irom Central TOKIO. Japin. April 11. Memorial have been dropped on Nancy, in the He was able to appear at the office a and South American prts. It is services for the former empress dow- center of the fortification group. few hours this morning. The accident understood to have stood by the dis- ager of Japan, who died a year ago French officers have told that the caoccurred while the secretary, with a tressed Asama, now said to be. des- today, were solemnized throughout the thedral of Notre Dame in Paris, the few friends, was traveling over rough tined to leave its bones on the reef3 empire today. Emperor Yoshihito con- Louvre and art buildings and Invalides H. E. HENORICK, LTD. country at Waianae inspecting some ducted services in the palace for all buildings are all used for military purland. Merchant and Alakea Sts. 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Dowgett Co.. Ltd.. to Inter Island S. The Hui Au Kai benefit for the F- -t Nav. Co., Ltd.. 34.yti:5 a. land, rents. relief funds will be held at the armory II. W.. etc., Kahoioloa. Honolulu. tonight, an unusually good program April 2. 1U15; $24.uu.j. Mrs. Mariana K. Enoka Smythe to having been arranged by George I'ts-per- . Mrs. Sarah Antone, Z a. of U P. 12;:. The following statement of the , Kanaio Honuaula. Maui. Feb. 22. KG . needs of widows and families of the $45 is made to the public: Virginia de R. Ebinger to .Toe Le "The immediate needs of the widows Reis. lot 2 blk 11. L. P. (Gr.i :s:, Ka-have proved to be so urgent aa Town lots. Puna. Kauai. March 2. of F-that any delay in disposing of funds 1!M5; given for their use seenis inexcusable wf. to .1 K. William ("barman With two unborn babes and two twins Coc kett, 1 in in 11. P. share int. and five dependent women, not to 1442 Kul. 47713 hui laud. Mahaulepu. mention aged parents dependent on Kclca. Kauai. April 2. 1915; $125 the uece'sed men's salaries, it seems Mrs. Mariana Kaalouabi to It A. hardly necessary to say that a steady Wadsworth. a. W'aiaka. income of $40 to $"it a month-tthe Watluku. Maui. April 3, land 15M5; $25.'. widows while the money lasts would TRUST DEED. bring relief to their minds. Eleven Mrs. Nihca et ai to Rom-rElira hundred dollars would last five months Int. in R. P. 4: and Kahalewai tr. and there will be surely three times M15. Kawailoa. Waialua. Oalm. that sum. Perhaps the mothers of the 12. 9 1 ; $10. men could be relieved from the sum sent to Washington. At least five men were known to support mothers. Entred of Record From 10:30 a. m. April 5, to 10:30 a. m., April 6. There might be a separate fund start DEEDS. ed for the parents." Peter K. Naiwi. and wife to Wm. The committee to disiose of the fund which comes from the benefit Savidgc. tr 2 Int in Ap. 2 R. P. 2H7 entert'lnment of the Hui Au Kai will I and An 1 R P. 4501 aiui rights of give to the widows and families im- way. Puunui. Honolulu. April 2. 1U15; mediately enough to supply their needs $1800. and it has been suggested that col- j Loo Yip to C. Aping, Lot 3, Loo Yip lections be put together in one bank tract, Honolulu, April 5, 1915; $1300. giving the sufferers a steady income. Alice E. Harrison & hsb. by atty. Three of the bereaved women have to James T. Kimura, lots 1 to s inc. Kapa-hulannounced their i lan of going to Oak- and lots 21 to 24 Inc., blk. land and buying a rooming house thus tract, Honolulu, April 2. 1915; enabling them to be $:omi. This plan will he looked info and if Clarence D. Pringle & wf. to T. K. it is in sny way feasible, it would Lalaken. Ixts 3, 4, t and X, Villa be well to give a portion of the funds Franca, subdivision, Hilo. Hawaii, Dec. collected to help toward buying the lti, 1901; $300. property. Katsugoro & Chiiuko Haida by Atty. The program tonight: and mtgee. to Wm. T. Carden tr., lots Popular songs Selected 1, 2. 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, blk 2; lots 1, 2. 6. Misses Lncile and Adeline Aflague 7; lots 3 and 8 blk 1, Kallhi, Honolulu. (a) At Dawning Cad man April 6. 1915; $975. (b) Reopuium Homer James B. Castle & wf. to Harold K. Philip Hall L. Castle, 23 a. land, Makawao, Maui, (a) "Have Pity Sweet Eyes'' $5000. . 1915; (ICuti) Tanaglia March MORTGAGES. (b) Mazurka 0 Casper James T. Kimura to Trent Trust Co., George Casier Ltd., lots 1 to 8 inc. and lots 21 to 24. Song Selected Kapahulu tract. Honoinc., blk. Mrs. W. H. Fry Song and dance from the Wisteria lulu, April 3. 1915; $500. John K. Kekaula and wf, to Solofrom the "Sho-Gun- " K. Lalakea, int. in R. P. G. 5407 mon Mrs. Alice A. Hayward bldgs., Waiohinu, Kau, Hawaii, and by Selection Kamehameha Glee Club Jan. 1, 1915; 5G0. George Andrus, Director Walter C. Shields to Western . & (a) Less Than the Dust Woods Hawn. Investment Co.. Ltd.. 7319 sq. r (b) Cashmere Song ft. land, Kewalo st., Honolulu, April Philip Hall (a) A German Dance. Ditersdorf 5, 1915; $2000. (b) Pierott Serenade. .... .Randegger CHATTEL MORTGAGES. George Casper Mine Takiguchi and husband to H. (a) There Are Birds In the Valley E. A. Castle, leasehold, bldgs., fowls, Lehman etc., f!re Insurance policy on same, (b) Vilanelle del' Acqua Beretania St., Honolulu, April 5, 1915; Miss C. C. Pearson $400. Song Selected M. S. Deponte to Serrao Liquor Co., ' Edward T. Stacker Ltd., liquon stock, fixtures, goods, etc., Russian Song and Dance in saloon, Keokea, S. Kona, Hawaii, Aflague Sisters March 29, 1915; $653.77. Accompanists, the Misses Edith ADDITIONAL CHARGE. Grace Cadwell and M. M. Emma Dreier to Henry Waterhouse S troupe. Trust Co., Ltd., lots 18, 19 and half of lot 17, blk 5, Puunui tract, Honolulu, March 15. 1915; $1500. RELEASE OF MORTGAGE. Pioneer Bldg. and Loan Assn. to Loo Yip, lot 3, Loo Yip tract, Honolulu, April 3, 1915; $800. Waialua Agri. Co., Ltd., to E. K. Kalehua, int. in Grs. 277, 1800, 1025 & 1621. Waialua, Oahu, April 5, 1915;

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The great difficulty to be overcome performing such feat is the fact that, at that depth, the diver's body n;u.t sustain a pressure of over 120 onnds to the square inch. The usual practise in making dives at such depths has been to use diving bells, or one of the "armored" diving suits which are being invented in great numbers; but Diver Drellishak went down in an ordinary navy rubber divmaiine staticned if re are making ing suit, inflated with compressed air plahs lor a lniRe vaudeville show to s a protection against water presLe Riven in the near future. The place sure, j and date of the performance has not This method of protection requires been fixed. A local theater probably elaborate apparatus for controlling the will be turned over for use by the air pressure in tne suit, keeping it men. E. H. Shaffer and C. W. Glanz just sufficient to withstand the water of the flotilla are in charge of secur- pressure from outside the suit. There ing talent and making other arrange- should be no excess, since the diver ments lor the benefit All persons must breathe the compressed air, in wishing to aid In the undertaking are order that . the pressure within his requested to apply to Messrs. Shaffer body be the ame as that surrounding and Giant aboard the Alert. him. The recent performances by naval divers, of which Drellishak's dive From The Los Angeles Times. was the climax, were nnde for the purpose of testing Stilson's new de-- j graves are restless "Their unmarked vice for regulating and controlling waves pressure, and were successful only beThat 6 weep and rise and fall; cause the apparatus worked perfectly. And where they died in the ruthless dive was made on NoDrellishak's tide 3 from the U, S: S. Walke, vember The matted seaweeds spra), a mile off Race Rock Light, near While down beneath with gleaming about London, Conn. The high current New teeth season of the year made the and the The slimy monsters crawl." remarkable; , and al-- J more even dive though the men conducting tne tests Such are the lines a seaman once were quite satisfied with the results,' wrote when he stumbled below after Drellishak declares that he was quite a long,' lonely Vatdh "in the '"crow's comfortable, and could easily have( nest." For hours the watcher, perch gone deeper, If the bottom had not' ed on a little bobbing point in Uie been In his way. j center of the unbroken, water-bounto taken were Elaborate precautions horizon, had been held by the sinister guard against disaster. Drellishak wasj ocean. provided with the new telephone used, fascination of the never-restinIt is a fascination that all men feel by naval divers in place of the old who go to sea and stay there; they life line, and the men above kept in love the dangers of sea, even when constant communication with him. He the answer to that love is death. was lowered gradually, in order that, There are no cowardly sailors.' he might become accustomed to thej the incresing pressures, and when ' he Peace or war it matters not men of the navy go on their perilous reached bottom, he was allowed to course with hearts that are sturdy and stay only 10 minutes. The ascent took with lips that Jest. ' Duty is the watch- an hour and a quarter and he was word, whether the battle flags fly or left in the water at a depth of 10 streamer: and feet for over half an hour, in order the homeward-boun- d now the flags of all the ships In Pearl that he might not be attacked by the Harbor may be drooping at half-mastrouble commonly known as the Submarine F-- with her worthy crew "bends," which results when men "in the line of duty" working under compressed sir come of twenty-on- e found the floor of the ocean at fifty out into the air at normal pressure too quickly. fathoms. Men of the sea do not expect death, Had this occurred in spite of all preF-4 was an they cautions, the men on the Walke were do not fear it. but vessel, and one accident after prepared to give Drellishak the best That the pulmotor is a daugerous another, as though warning away her of care. A large chamber or cylin " crew," came; but still the sailormen der was specially constructed, and Dr. instrument liable to kill more people were there to take, her below. The G. R. W. French of the United States than it will save is the opinion of Dr. Wayspn, city and county physiF-- 4 has beenl'the tm tackiest boat In navy was ready to take proper relief cian. At a meeting of the health comwas cylinder which measures. The Ihe flotilla," wrote one of the seamen mittee of supervisors at a few days before the 1a6t d)ve was to have been used was nothing more noon of the board Wayson today Dr. submitted a or less than a tested recompression made... pulmotor clipping had said the that houp like a fitted modern The submarines are tricky little sea chamber been denounced by the bureau of light, room inside, with electric tel beasts. Designed for furtive work mines, and its use by any of the buto creep along below the surface of heater and telephone, hospital stretch- reau officials forbidden. There were mattresses, two er, pillows, blankets, the sea and pull down the steel mamalso details of experiments with the dry woolen underwear, of clean suits moths that float proudly on the waves type- pulmotor, tending to show that it was they are treacherous for their own a watch for timing operations, more liable to draw the breath out copy signals. a of instructions, crew. The men must huddle in tight written of a patient than to charge his lungs pencil. and Had been at it notebook spaces, Interlace their arms and legs with air. amid the machinery and with a wall all necessary, Dr. French would has cylindrical with It was in connection with the 'agreechamber his of glassy waves on all sides they have entered patient, ment and as his remain Drellishak between the supervisors and the only the eye of the submarine the in compressed him with ed the air trustees of the Queen's hospital that periscope with which to watch the until he became accustomed again to the matter came up, as in that docuworld above them. And the sea is a fierce mistress. the normal pressure of the outside air. ment it is stipulated that the city and It has long been the contention of county "shall at all times have in posShe takes the life of those whom she the United Stnes navy that there is session two or more pulmotors." up draws down before casting them no limit to the depths of i None of the hospital trustees were practically for friends to wee? over. The ships which a diver descend in safety,' present and Mayor Lane undertook that glide the surface are elusive to and exhaustive may tests and experiments to discuss the pulmotor question with the clutchings of the sea; but the sub- which have been by the R. W. Shingle, president of the hospiconducted marine goes down, down, down into United States navy tend to prove that tal board. the very arms of the tide. The pres- deep-se- a diving infancy. is in its The i At sure is terrific. The steel plates groan success of the experiment the same meeting the agreement aboard the between against eager waves that strain hard- Walke has and Palama that men Settlementthe supervisors er and harder to reach in and smother may go down demonstrated mutually ratified by was' sea into the and remain with watery caresses those who rest down and superA. the Rath, J. and committee work on the bottom to a behind the riveted ribs. And once a greater depth intendent the, of settlement. was possible ayear rivet lossens, once a place shifts, once ago, and with than improvements that the a shaft weakens then the little steel being develoied, the mysteries of brought in a nejt total exceeding $150 are sea beast gives up its crew to the the deep will not remain veiled from and the whole . of this sum will be waves and goes on down to find the human knowledge very turned over by the management to the much longer. floor of the ocean. families of the' men lost on the All that ingenuity and courage can submarine. Mrs. Ernest Ely, accomplish has been Invoked by the Mrs. Victor , Whitaker and Mrs. fellow officers and seamen to bring O'Keefe were the active members of relief to submarine F-The whole the committee in charge and their effleet at Pearl Harbor has gone to the fort were naot .commendable. The work; and surgeons waited through original plan - was for the purpose of F-almost the whole of a night and a raising lunds to assist in furnishing 4 day with instruments of resuscitation the rooms of the lodge room of the ready for use. And whether or not order, but when the F-- went down the crew of F-- lives, or may be rethe charitable hearts of the members suscitated, will be determined in a few of the order laid their own wants hours. aside with the above praiseworthy reHope is insistent; but in this case sult. , 4 hope asks for a miracle. Never, never before have men found fifty fathoms, Special Correspondence The details working on the new serlain there helpless for two flights FORT SHAFTER. April 12. The vice road to the cantonment from the and two days, and come back to tell dance given by the Ladies' Auxiliary. Q. M. storehouses have finished the of how it is to stare down the throat Spanish War Veterans, on Saturday grading and the men are now placing of Death. night at the post hoptoorn as a bene- the metalling that is being rolled with fit for the F-- 4 funds was a success in a steam roller. The stream in-- th2 The colliers of the Delaware, Lack- every way. The variety and charac- gulch has been bridged with a conawanna & Western Coal Co. at Scran-ton- , ter of masquerade costumes worn crete structure hat is a credit to the Pa., reopened.' were notable while the patronage (oust ruction force. F--

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April 5. 1915; $850. Gustavus Schuman to Walter C. Shields, 7319 sq. ft. Land Kewalo st., Honolulu; int. in land and property 5, 1915. $800. DeAlexandre Rodrigues to Manuel and 50 shares of Sierra-NevadMaceda, Jr., lot 10, blk. 101. bldgs., velopment Co., April 5, 1915, $2500. rents, etc.. Palolo valley, Honolulu, 5, 1915. $600. April Entered of Record From 10:30 a. m., H. & Co.. Ltd.. to J. JorHackfeld m., a. April 6, 1915; to 10:30 gensen. lot 5, Waikiki. Honolulu, Mar. April 7, 1915.

Round the Island in auto. $4.00. Lewis Stables. Phone 2141. Adv. Fashionable gowns to order. Mrs. W. E. Bell. Love Bldg Fort St Adv. New arrivals in spring and summer millinery are now being shown Milton & Parsons, Fort above Hotel st. adv. Wilhelmlna tomorrow will The 11. $2900. 1915, DEEDS. bring to Henry May & Co. fresh CaliB. Maud Bank of to Hawaii. Nishi-harLtd.. M. Albert V. Gear & wf to fruits fornia and vegetables and PuriThompson, por. lot 492. L. P. Grant lot 14, blk 19. Kapiolani tract, creamery tan butter. Also the usual Prospect April 3632. street Honolulu. Honolulu. April 5. 1915. $250. good assortment of cheeses, sausages 5, 1915. $2500. Manuel Macedo, Jr., to Christina Ida E. Lamb by Atty to Albion F. and meats for the delicatessen counSousa. lot 10, blk 101, bldgs, etc., Pa-- Clark, right to take water and per ter. Phone 1271. ad vt lolo valley, Honolulu, .March 31, 1915, a

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March 31. 1915, $10 and love. Ellen K. Goo Kim (widow) to Cas-si- e A. Drummond. R. P. 2673 and share in R. P. Grant 2674, Hualele. etc., Kaupo, Maui, April 6, 1915. $130. William K. Namauu to Eljiro Mae-da- . 5950 aq. fL land, bldgs, rents, etc..

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The harbor board will meet at 9:30 I'nless other business intervenes or o'clock tomorrow morning in the base Activity of Supervisor Daniel l.ogan. asked to Flrt or Us kind in Hawaii, the the Government In exphin length of argument causes postpone- ment, of the capitol. the Allen street paving situa- school for tuiierculous children, was ing to the opening and improvement ment the final word of the legislature Closing Negotiations Evident tion, said today: opened yesterday at the Pa OU Day measof highways, for 7::M p m.. tonignt on the Sunday moving-picturOn the ground of was Maria Camp this morning with about 20 chilAllen contract street "The Mr. McCarn Reticent ure probably will be said this after- Oorrea today was granted a divorce! in the representatives' chambers. never, at any staise. deiendent on re- dren in attendance and ith the prosnoon Representative Fernandez' house from Robert Correa, by the territory. pect of increasing l or 12 more by A rumor last week that I'nitfrJ imbursement a concurrent bHl K'f. proposing to legalize the dis Lyman introduced frontage have could never time the next term opens. Miss tax "The the District Attorney McCarn has resolution in the house to petition play of motion pictures of a Biblical The last box for the Red Cross So- States sqsier of th applied cf street Huber. to Allen the been under congress to amend the Organic Act so or educational character Sunday after ciety from St. Clement s Guild, is be- been informed that the treasury de- present law-- . day camp, is lu charge of the the partment has virtually chosen the that homesteaders can secure gov noons and evenings was to le taken ing lacked and closed. "Even if Hie law was amended to educational part of the work, while the federal imilding site received further eminent land not fit for agricultural up today in committee of the whole make territorial property liable to the usual medical suiervlsion of the day in the upper house. purposes up to H'mmj acres each. Olive Branch Rebekah lodge No. 1', confirmation today of a circumstan- frontage tix as wo are trying to have camp is extended to cover all tht ChiTh military committee having fail- lndeiendent Order of Odd Fellows. tial nature. done this session of the legislature- -- ldren of the school, some of whom were Last Friday it was rumored in fed- it is doubtful if it would The following house bills passed ed to make a definite recommendation will begin a whist tournament next apply to Al tor oie time in the day camp before eral circles that .Mr. McCarn had re- len street, as the 1'nited States gov- the school was opened. third reading in the lower branch to on the subject the merit of the bill Thursday night. ceived an official letter from the de- ernment occupies both sides of that relating to the tak was to he threshed out ny the entire day: U. li. The school testifies to the coopera(lifts of tobacco from Honolulans to' partment of justice, with an enclosure street for considerable distances. Ing of bass. Isenberg; H. B !'!::. mak senate. The bill has not pissed section anions all the units engaged In reading, of bill ond but the fate the British soldiers at the front were. from the treasury department, in ing a benefit appropriation for J. K. "No appropriation has been made by tuberculosis work. The Idea wat conhy gratefully received, according to let- which the site chosen was mentioned. the board of supervisors for I.nso ceived by the tuberculosis bureau of Piimanu. Nawahine; H. 15. L'l. to unquestionably will be determined opwhole. If today street. A resolution was introduced the board of health last year and enof Inquiries by the the the the committee eompan foreign ters received from the recipients. require all insurance d in an endeavor to solve the to spend Jlu.ooO in repairing Lnso dorsed by all cooperating associations ies to sec ure policy holders, Watkins; position possesses sufficient' strength reading; on will killed second be it to as question the where AH public the and private schools street, but it was deferred at one and was carried out jointly by the li. H. 2".l. to reimburse K. R. Stack if not. the same vote which takes it will open this morning for the last proposed building is to be erected, re meeting and talUed at a later one. on tuberculosis bureau and the able. Vieira; H. 1$. L'O- -. providing for through that reading probably will term of the school year. Most of the suited in a comment from the district my representation that the legislature league. chirapractors' licenses, Makekau. carry it triumphantly past final read- school children have had over a week's attorney that he has nothing to say. was likely to appropriate mid-dadinner served to the The balance the ing and thence to the governor. Mr. received he said has by the board Of McCarn provided fund, vacation. is improvement children of the Auwaioliniu The senate thinks olitical candi It was impossible to prognosticate treasury no by the provided from is the communications health, men site the amount just being the four times '. nom dates should not be assessed before tne senate took noia ot it in ; A it fur ujVOrce has been filed in department or department of justice tioned. to complete the roads in that trustees of the day cmp, the board ination fee at the general election, committee of the whole, just what the cii uit court bv Mrg Alice Horn upen which he has authority to make section including Luso street. The bill of education supplies the teacher and after they have paid $in at the pri- would happen to it. There is a wide against Herman Horn. This is the a statement for publication. for that purpose passed the house and school records, the equipment It supmary and received a nomination, and opinion among the mem 11th divorce action instituted of variance here "Io you know which site has been is now on the senate order of busi plied by the county as customary ani that the fee for the final election bers. It was generally agreed that it 1. April since chosen for the federal building?" he ness. I have been unible to find any the nursing supervision Is under the should be only $15. Therefore, it is likely would undergo materinl alterawas asked. Oahu senator who is not strongly in Palama Settlement. 153 today. pass expected to house bill if it did iss. This would neAs far as possible the cases in tho The Kaahumann Society will hold a to make,' favor of its passage. "I have no statement reimbursing candidates who paid the tion of house approval of the cessitate the special li) meeting supera. ra. are being confined to the pultomorrow gave at school attorney. "I never the board of smiled the district money at the last fall election. passed which representatives, the tary instruction, failure herein to extra monary type, the cases of tubercular gymnasium. memat Kawaialno All per of legal assurance amount As that the of business transactor visors total amount to be restored to measure in its present form.. 'Should . I The -J I.I J bers are requested to attend. Import- taining to the several branches of the the Allen street contract would be re adenitis being permitted to return to 5. the lower house object to the senate's ant business. and the mturj;e anu me loss oi ciuzensmp. 1'nited States government in Hawaii. Imbursed by the territory. On the school, as it is a conference committee amendments, Some bold this means that no citi clinic tuberculin the of establishing I board contrary informed the that only presented Speaker Holstein Mr. McCarn Is said to be the members selected from both bodies zen, do nutter of what age, would be Special memorial services were held person locally who has a good idea there was opposition to that measure this week bv the board of health supfigures on the expenses of this of would meet and discuss the changes at Kamehameha schools yesterday for exempt, except lie be not d building is to be erected In the house, while there was very lit plies them with the otherwise lacking compared with the same peri- and session then, unless both branches agree the late Rev. William B. Oleson. first where the steps or excused through the medium of a od of the 1313 session. This session have been taken to tle doubt of the passage of the Auwai medical treatment to the terms reached by the confer principal of the schools and who died and what physician's certificate. This require 318 The tuberculosis bureau considers 1915 283; 1913 perfecting had tne plans. It further ollmu measure. ward session. ence committee the bill would be vir bills. ment is generally regarded as entirely 82 tabled; in recently. Arizona of the school opened today to be one cf "At the outset Chairman Quinn 1913, 104; 191",, SI bills to tually killed. was stated that the public will be the most Important steps taken durte : Introduced three road committee the senate; 1913. 62 to the senate treated with a surprise when the anSome wirm discussion, possibly There also is some doubt whether the A general denial annual period from a social viewcharges of this Lnso one the for for roads resolutions 56 house bills and nine senate equal in fire and intensity to the made in his wife's complaint has been nouncement comes of the selection of street, one for Allen street and one point, as it not only increased the cathe sum of $2500, set aside by the bill 1915. signed 1913, 44 flames of ortary which burst forth by governor; the site. to provide for the military instruc bills section of the pacity of the diy camp but Bupplie I for the Waimea-Waiale30 senate bills; 1915 cost to at the public meeting held on the bill filed in the circuit court by Robert Plans for Building Under Way. and house tion, would be enough to cover the ex who is being sued for divorce road and as chairman of the the children with the education wblcr. That the plans for Honolulu's pro belt date of federal fund, $7295.69; 1913. two weeks ago by the military com Correa. pense. ty by Mrs. Maria ways Correa. and means committee I advised they are otherwise barred from posed federal building are either ' $10,846.04; 1915 cost to date, terrl- - mittee, were expected this afternoon. law. all board of amount th the total thit way or will he started within 191. $13,523.2: fund, torial perFormer Representative S, K. Mahoe under a short time, is evidenced in a com three might be obtained from the $16,298.31. ITINERARY COMMITTEE of VVaialua, this island, has filed In munication from the department of manent improvement fund if the board W. C. PETERSON ASSUMES TO the circuit court his oath on the re- justice which has been received by decided on putting through the propoMANES FEW CHANGES IN The "third house," or clerks and P0STQFF1CE POSITIC:. newal of his license to practise in the sitions. Later, as chairman of the legattaches of the senate sprung an Marshal J. J. Smiddy. local V. S. dis islative PLANS of courts ENTERTAINMENT territory. district I suggested an the committee, that d sur agreeable and bursing officer. The letter asks that terWilliam C. Peterson, for the pa should to have made be the effort filchtreasury by Mr. Smiddy week de prise on the solons last inform the B. Judge Dole, who, with Sanford for "any four years chief clerk in the ooc?: At a meeting of the itinerary com or space ritory reimburse the board partment ine every member's volume of the amount of the Dole, Mrs. might been has Volcano expenditure" at contract it make order department in the local post new revised laws and having printed mittee of the congressional entertain for the past three weeks, the bv the federal court and its on either the Luso street or the Allen office, today assumed the duties c needed t. ' will return Thayer's Secretary in ment committee thereon in gold lettering the name of office federal street improvement. The belt road assistant postmaster. He takes. C in the proposed two minor changes were I to Honolulu in the Wilhelmina Satur-- officers building. the owner. Through an oversight on agreed today matter is now pending under bids sub- position left vacant by the recent re upon for the proposed inter day. the printer's part, however, a bill for island trip depart the states that The letter mitted at list meeting of the board. ignatlon of Joseph Kubey, who Is g congressional, of visit the the work reached the members of the ors, due ment Mr. W'uhe? !? kn0W. thf nUmb.er ? Action on the other projects was as ing into business in Honolulu. Musicians of the National Guard here early in May. senate and an investigation was start 111 HI I001U3 Willi IKIJUIIC lUUll ine work postoffics already stated. Peterson has been, in, : The itinerary committee will recom ere meeting in the armory each Wed ed immediately: but this was niuned the proposed building and the size of "So far as 'blame' to anyone is con- for the past 11 years. noiaers oi an loreign tnsur- - Jn tne 0U(j by a neat note of exnlana mend that two days instead of one be nesday evening for instruction in each. Should they desire, the various ance companies operating m Hawaii tion by William Coelho, writing for spent on Kauai; also that only part of music and signaling. It is the desire court officers may offer suggestions cerned, It is purely imaginary." 3TORY OF SHOOTING will be secured if the Watkins bill, I the "third house." He explained that the entire party make the overland of the instructor that all musicians to the department relative to the ar- OLEOMARGARINE PLANTS ' OF 8ENAT0R ROW. which passed the Souse of represen'jhe and his colleagues had caused the trip from Napoopoo, Kona, to the Vol attend. rangement of the rooms, the height IN cano will un who RAIDED PROVIDENCE be House. Those goes governor tatives today, to the work done as a slight token of esteem By Latest Mail There- will be a public hearing by of ceilings, etc. and is approved. The measure is now I for the senators, and that the "third able to travel from the west coast of In case the department follows the autoby Big PROVIDENCE, R. I. The first of to Island the crater WASHINGTON, D. C Tus ahoc'.-Inthe before the senate. Insurance com-- house" proposed paying the expense which the marshal may several cases growing out of federal of former Senator Brown in c pantes organized under the territorial I Coelho and his fellow clerks were mobile will be taken on. the Mauna house in the representatives' chambers going to Hilo, thence to at 7:30 tonight on House Bill 306, re- - makue"m, be 5? "t0 chang? raids on oleomargarine plants in this hotel here on December 8 1906, t laws in the islands are exempted from (given a vote of thanks by the senate Kea around the volcano. lating to the opening and improve- - In the Paent size of the offices and city was opened in the United States Mrs. Bradley was the sensational c the provisions of the act. rooms now occupied by the federal district court William H. Higgins mination of an affair which-fou- r will yea recommendations be These ment of highways The bill provides that all foreign court officials in the Model block in and Jeremiah II. Hall of the New previously had involved a civil co:r meeting general of the the made at companies must file bonds of $50,000 company proceeding In which Mrs. Btsdl:. committee tomorrow morning at the England Manufacturing According to information which has For st"ept. Mr. Smiddy. after for each class of insurance solicited saltation, need of a larger li were charged with conspiracy fand charged Brown with having been th the attending governor's chamber. Those Liberty News, Chinese the the with the territorial treasurer. Claim brary and more T0Oia ,Q tbe clerk's with defrauding the governmenj of father of her two children.. . Mr: today's meeting were Delegate Kuhio, newspaper. President Yuan Shih-Ka- i ants against such companies, if the office. general The offices of the district committee; of chairman the 1400,000 in taxes on artificially col Bradley entered Brown's room; In r of China and bill passes, will be enabled to collect JAY URICE: I don't mind doing Secretary Thayer, chairman of the is subsidizing the pressdespatched torney would be and his assistant ored oleomargarine. At the request hotel hero snd shot him three time to cabli all on judgments from the courts by levy-- promotion work, but I object to getting itinerary committee; Speaker H. L. In of the prosecution Smiddy Mr. made has smaller. newspapers. mainland the indictments twice in the stomach and once In th io iuui Holstein, Representative J. H. Coney in against the Bonds. The bill was I sunburned teaching sun-nainmipa a separate omce ior tne unitea were consolidated. A motion hv the band. He died of the wpu: Indorsed by the local companies at a lists arranged commissioner, and Senators J. L. Coke and Harry the States in meeting .prominence to of The reeular board the quash .the conspiracy in- Brown's defense and the sec recent hearine of the finance com Youne Women's Christian Association I fo"n of a small court room, with the dictment was denied. which disclosures furnish t tional As a type oi Baldwin. I W. W. THAYER: mittee. tm m a on commissioner's desk raised 30 '9: held o'clock part attractBradley's tomorrow will at be Mrs. of defense g burden-bearinthe animal Democratic, was officially announced in Berlin form. It King in Homestead, shooting. the to Work ed wide individually transporting the of attention for material right, but donkey Is all that all German warships lost during street. Important business will be conThe marshall also wants a cell con the new rest house on Haleakala. the less I see of him nereaner me the war have been replaced by I structed in the marshal s office for Maui, is progressing satisfactorily. The meeting. thhv at sidered The French moratorium applying t better I will like him. the detention of prlsoneis. At times material last week was within two rents was extended until July 15. ' m ' m For failure to pay 15 a week alimony! defendants are sentenced to spend an miles of the summit. Construction A permanent coast guard static (representa jfr- W. P. CROCKETT I hour or so in the 478 was cars An for order 16 office, as Judge a period of marshal's for Circuit weeks is It work. believed, begin will will be established at the Panama-I ifrald this wasn't Uve from Maui) : No, placed with the Pullman Company by Whitney today sentenced Alexander was the case of a man convicted of week. exposition. cific small in those Kalaupapa to land at the Interborough Rapid Transit Co. Ah Ling to serve 30 days in the county smuggling about a month and a half boats, but I was sleepy and missea The body of Lieut. Cmdr. William jail. Ah Ling may get mitigation if ago. However, Mr. Smiddy will con-h- e that last one, thats all F. Bricker of the gunboat Scorpion, pays the entire amount of alimony fer with all the court officials before off Bosphorus Con the in drowned arrears, in however. The wife who answering the letter from the depart- DUKE KAHANAMOKU: Tiiere cer stantinople, - needs the money and has caused Ah I ment of justice and enclosing Chambrought to will be the maids tainly are some1 pretty Maori Wonglcessary Pa., bersberg, home, present his for former Is discomfiture present information. The or tnem lots over in Australia: and courtroom, says the marshal, appears Buck Ah Ling. have monev to burn, but I didn't pick burial. to be of a convenient size. she'd nn nil t because I was afraid X Continued from page one) During the past month Mr. McCarn country. Aus stay in that make me is said to have received several Im ur ana US people IS a One lano hQuestion - has reached the rnncln. I tralia portant letters from the department mighty nice, but I'll never make my to t sion thatne torrftortoi Co., Ltd., has a bountiful supply of Inexpensive, W. W. Dimond of Justice, which Is believed to have conflict with the constitution of the &me anywhere but here with proposed dealt the build federal goods. Every article mentioned below Is attractive, prize useful United State. He hnMa that it la Mai ling. iu ian dntr to . ee that the law. v' WH I . A. . P. I TAYLUK: T T reopie marked at ONE DOLLAR, and is worth giving and worth receiving: Ii nvVlillf and their intent fulfilled legally: hlsl unaersiana wny mo With Maj. M. M. Johnson presiding Sterling silver salts and peppers. Cut glass salts and peppers.; i opinion is that Judge Ashford's tneth- - reauy is verj Suou. " general matter a as the court of when Na martial the see Nippon vases. peel" exhibits to of pronouncing a peppers. Sterling od. definite sentence salts and 8 is wants Guard will exposition tional sit at to o'clock French bronze Jewel boxes. on a convicted person, when the law of fact what the Sterling silver deposit baskets. morrow evening in the armory. Cases Brass baskets. specifically says the sentence shall be for state and territory buildings to Sterling silver deposit vases. having to do with absence and refusal Brass candle-stickfor an Indefinite period, is not legal, be social gathering places. Otherwise to m we now will be tried. attend drills Bsiu.uii.uai, Crystal gijt vases. Dresden china cups and saucers. Armstrong was convicted a month or tne exnions A number of new gallery rifles are Ash trays. two ago by a jury oh a charge of em- - mechanical ana norucujiurai ouuamgs Silver plated Ind. casters. I in the various state on their way to Honolulu for use by Fern dishes. iuiiT.fr ham v.-.Brass paper knives. V W nia. iAUU II VUI 0 iIUI wnuld aiiear VIM Ktn4 the members of the National Guard. Beleek china bon bon dish. cal fraternal lodge and was given a I buildings. Bohemian glass nappy. These rifles will greatly facilitate gal sentence of three vears Imprisonment I lery practise at the armory as the pre George Judge Ashford. Circuit A br ARMY NOTES sent rifles are almost useless. uavis, Armstrong s attorney, carried I tne case up on appeal. Before Secretary Daniels appoints DIMOND & CO., LtArieHKiua j! Houww,rf The new term of the third circuit juage Asntora readily assented to hief nf naval onerations. an office court will open May 5 at Kailua. West the appeal for he has beenm desiring LroatAii hv the last coneress. he will v . . I Hawaii, Judge John A. Matthewman lor some ume io gei a aennue opin work out a general plan for the from the supreme court on the organisation of the navy department presiding. E. E. Muller is clerk of Indeterminate sentence act When. he Dy whica the various aids will be this court, the court stenographic re porter being Herbert L Kinslea. first took the office of first judge of tin A statement of finances for the me umcucuH couri, Asnroro express- - nra nf(lf Thev mav be termed as- a tne opinion tnat tne act was unfederal clerk's ofTice was made today to the chief of operations, by A. E. Murphy, it being the constitutional and has proceeded ever slstants Clerk ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. and the present council of aides will since that time to act on his opinion. be day first of the April. 1915, term. The and of by staff replaced chief , FIREWOOD AND COAL the : Practically every criminal case tried statement was approved by Judge 98 QUEEN STREET. general board, ... P. O.' BOX 212 The ... .... assistants. his local circuit court since he however, is not to be disturbed, be in the Charles F. demons and ordered filed. became Judge has been handled in his ing part of regarded as an important division and In every instance of connavy. It is organization of the the prisoner has received a viction the planned to have the board definite sentence. ate with the chief of staff and his as sistants in considering preparations TOMORROW DOESN'S EXIST DON'T WORRY! OFFICERS OF ASAMA for the national defense. It may be several weeks before SAY LITTLE HOPE OF TODAY IS HERE USE I?! , Secretary Daniels will be able to an BIG SAVING CRUISER nounce the nnai plans for the proWe want you to know us better and we want to know you better. C? posed reorganization. He is consult (Special to Hawaii Shinio) ing officers in command of fleets as WRITE CALL. PHONE SAN FRANCISCOf Cal.. April 12. well as those on duty at the navy deOregon building at the Panama Pacific International Exposition at The Japanese cruiser Asama, which partment OUR SERVICE IS YOUR SERVICE went aground recently off the coast ban Francisco, which is made out of Oregon pine and fir, is a reproducANY TIME ANY WAY ANYWHERE We arrange trips and excursions tion of the famous Greek Parthenon In Athens. Tho building is 111 of Northern Mexico, now is transferThe battleships Missouri. Ohio and by 211 feet Many interesting exhibits are on view. Amone them feet. ring its guns to another Japanese Wisconsin, the naval academy squadof every description; cruiser which has been standing by ron in reserve at Philadelphia, were s an Interesting fish and game exhibit One of the features of the building is and assisting to get the vessel off the ordered placed in commission on he moving picture theater. Another is the dining room on the second floor 1b PARADISE TOUES CO. rocks. The officers of the Asama April 1. to go to Annapolis and later harge of the domestic science department of Oregon Agricultural college. Th E ' . .IMun;ajH.HotetSt3fc,. &. lagpole adjoining the building is over 200 feet tall and carries an Amrip Aldrich, .Hall Warner . . have little hope that the ship will be take the midshipmen on their sum Jag 4 feet in width. savea.mer cruise HoIstHn's compulsory military education meas tire, house i,il t js exi erted to reach a climax at the public meeting in the nen Me chamber tomorrow evening at !:?. o'clock. At that time Chairman .Famen L Coke's military commit tee will h'.ar both ides of the argument from all persona, public or prl vate. who are actively interested in the legislation. prop;-The hill alreadv has passed the lower house The senate awaits tiie mil it tv committee's rewrt now and it is likely lunch depends on the htrensth public sentiment shown for or against the idea at tomorrow evening's meeting. 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So they did tude toward "the d PR. J. W. WAPMAN, superintend The Matheison Alkali Works of no merit. League, will vil'.e. Va.. closed a contract with the of the public," dear it called "the a believes in a reasonable The leave for Kauai tomorrow night where British government to supply it with lully. put frankly and it before cause and their he intends to visit 311 the government a large amount of the products of the . amount of training of exactly the kind House schcolB in tho interest of the Lincoln- alkali plant. 1 hev appealed to the public bv paid adver- i BU1 148 aims to provide It is useless to close ep Legion. He will also attend the ll1 , by speakers and cars, by demonstration tising, of Kauai pastors and Chris-- , convention Las Gascogne sailed from New York the eyes to national and international history. "full-crewtnn workers to be held in Waimea'for Harve with l.".0.i horses destined laws were see lecturers, the to that America has suffered from lack of preparedApril Hi. He will be gone ten days. for the French army. in some of the same states that And repealed. ness for war and sacrificed thousands of lives blindly at the railroads, will finally be adopted. RESOLUTION. heedlessly because volunteer armies did not at had hit out hotly and I am, yours truly. repealed. been laws have the X. K. LYMAN. first know how to fight. The pages of AmeriEditor Honolulu in every experience to the be going That's Repr. first Dist. Sir: Kindly space me allow in can history and the testimony of experts prove whose captains take the attitude your valuable paper in answer to the Honolulu. April - I'M.",. industry big this beyond question. strong editorial criticism of the Japabusiness of the nese newspaper, any blankety-blanit that isn't the N'ippu Jiji, pub;Nor is it true tnat the time has come when a your or the !Hh instant, lished in issue do. they public what relative to a concurrent resolution inrich and territoriallyaffluent' nation can afford troduced by me in the house of repreWeak.', Look across the Pacific, at China. to GLAMOR sentatives, asking congress to elimSOME WAR'S OF WHERE There a nation of 4CK),000,G00 people is yielding inate the employment of LINGERS. upon all government works. I feel it beto the demands of a nation of 50,000,000 to be my bounden duty to say somes cause tbe nation of 50,000,000 is bound to in reply, in justice to myself Another astonishing story of German naval thing and citizens of this Territory. the nations-maritself of thevastfyt greater .MRS. C. LLOYD is ill at the anto war the But before proceeding further, perbeen skill added has and dariii sanitarium, Beretaniu street. TJVtv accntninrr. fliat .Tron'a 4iin ia lit Voft me to submit the following ques: nals by the Kxonprinz Wilhehn, which after mit (1) Are Americans and other safeguard the Orient, the fact remains that eight months at sea slipped safely past British tions: H. BEERS, county attorforeigners allowed the same privi- neyWILLIAM Big Island, has returned of the beGium must yield to Japanese dominance leges in Japan of participating in the to Hilo. J louse of rooms opposite Rapid Transit patrolling cruisers and into Newjort News. (2) government? forof Do affairs all cause China in a military sense is unprepared. During her career since the outbreak of war eigners enjoy holding government poMRS. C. AUSTIN is ex; erted to The" unprepared nation cannot be sure of govsitions there? (3) Do they undertake arrive tomorrow from San Francisco ear bain. Lot is 50x107 feet. This is an the German raider sank fourteen enemy mer- government contracts without let or in the Wllheliflfna. erning' itself. chantmen. Perhaps not for months, if ever, hindrance in Japan? There is a good deal said about tha moral will the full storv of lier attacks and escapes It is well Known that foreigners MRS. W. V. (JOODALE or Waialua ideal location for employes of the Rapid governapply not the of need there lias island, to been booked leave this protection the United States affords the Central be made lmbiic. but the mere fact that she has ment to do any work for it, in the in the Lurline tomorrow for San Fran' ti i r 't la u lu.wug.. i vii iimwivau tiiiJ. O: inuriiMi ti wUUi,wo iititii1. A.. iiiu .riii.41. MUU wvum Transit Company or for those wisjiin ir to building of roads or in the construc- cisco. "" j been able to eluae pursuers so long wnne etc. buildings, of is This tht tion doctrine. Does anyone doubt that this strovmg hostile commerce attests the skill of . MRS. E. A. who condition prevailing there, so I am be within walking distance of town moral proiecuon wouia cease 10 exisi were som her 0ffieers. Like the Emden, the Karlsruhe, reliably informed. If such is the pre- has been suffering the past two weeks , why do Japa- from an attack of pneumonia, is vailing condition there, the Prinz Eitel Friedrich and the Dresden, she nese, who have been brought here as ported as recovering. covet one of tbese countries and the United has been an exceedingly slippery for laborers, mostly agriculturists, have B. E. FEXX, wireless operator at the bold effrontery to participate in States be unable to make a protest based on the Allies. Maui, is in tho hospital at Lahaina. Amerian policy of and to dictate the strength as well as on justice? Most of the romance and glamor of war have can territory and are allowed to com- piia suffering from dengue. His p!aThe opponents of compulsory military train- faded, so far as land campaigns are concerned, pete with the citizens in their own is being taken by R. Hatch. ing are called In the first place, but the sea still offers opportunity for martial country? JCIXJE and MRS. S. B. DOLE, who How long will it take to Americanhave been spending the past three " as thujapplied is an entirely glory and the traditional halo, just as in the ize this county if such a condition on a tonr of the island of Haweeks Is allowed long to prevail. The Amerindefinite term., No two men will exactly agree days-oHilo the Argosy, the Armada, John Paul icanization of this country would tbea waii, are expected to return from on it iBut, in1 the secontl place; what is tlie Jones, Nelson or Admiral Dewey. certainly be a and a farcei. in the Mauna Kea tomorrow morning. This certainly is not the intention of American educational attitude on military REPRESENTATIVE TAVARES rethe United States when it annexed from Maui in the Mauna Kea turned training f v bUl before the legisla- these islands. is a The there reason 113 Hotel StKet yesterday, after having been called Honolulu, ' it right to ourselves, as a people home on account of bripf xamiuatwn, to realize ture which would lop off the city milk inspec- andIs as tne serious illness It takes citizens of our great country of Mrs. Tavares. Mrs. Tasares is that a. large 'number "of state universities re- tion department is because Mayor Lane played to allow aliens to compete with its in the various governmental quire military. drill. These universities are the politics with the city milk inspection. At the citizens undertakings hb, for instance, army BISHOP LIBERT of the Catholic representative educational institutions of their time he did so the predicted the and navy contracts. Aliens have been cathedral will le've for West Hawaii to come in and enjoy all our at noon tomorrow in Kilauea. The for them to re- legislature would be asked to take a hand. Now allowed states. Is it privileges, but a halt must be made bishop will spend a the of weeks number ? quire military drill the move is made. Ordinarily we would be some day. They must, as in duty visiting the churches in tho Konalas, submit to the laws of the Konas and Kau. Limited. n has said before and desires against any attempt to take back for the terri- bound, The country in which they are permitted to say again that this proposed drill should tory any of the municipal powers but when the to live, but they shall not be permitPACE W. B. YOUXC. a Hon to compete with its people in Chinese aJid graduate of the emphasize the physical training. Furthermore, municipality fails to make good in safeguard- ted what is theirs by all that is just and School of Applied Science, is organizthe territory should see that the instructors are ing the milk supply and public health, some right. ing a club among the Chinese in Cleve FURNISHED I certainly believe in the adage of land, O., for the purpose of raising competent to, and require that they should, em- radical move is justified. 23."." Oahu Ave.. Manoa "live and let live," but not in the the standards of living among the Chi$85.00 bedrooms way the Japan se do. by attempting nese race. :: 12."2 Kinau S phasize upon the youths the factihat the train40.00 people to their level. 2."68 Rooke St.. Puunni our force t 75.00 ti living to victims preparedness benefit Au for Hui Kai the defend national The ing is for :: Their standard of living is very much Waikiki COMPATRIOT JAMES LESLIE 40.0U 2."62 Jcnes St.. Manoa honor and integrity, to uphold the weak, not of the F-- 4 disaster will take place at the armory below ours, for they can and do livejcOKE has been appointed by the Ka60.00 $T.."i0 a month, something that even waiian society of the Sons on Kor, :: of Anapuni the St 50.00 they be be patronized. generously should taught that war tonight. It should for aggression; the poorest amongst us cannot do. American Revolution as the island 2:'26 Liloa Rise. Manoa 50.00 :: is a wrong unless it be for justice. With mili- People can attend without giviug anything to Is it not proper and right, then, that delegate to the national convention of Kinau and Makiki Sts 50.00 should build their own forts the organization in Portland. Ore., tary; training should go talks and lectures that the fund, but the presumption is there will be citizens and buildings rather than let aliens Julv IS to 21 of this vear. large contributions from those who go to the mean moral and ethical training. UNFURNISHED It seems to us wise also that House Bill 148 entertainment. '.'Z Kinau St bedroom? mi should be amended to limit rather rigidly the! 22n."i McKinley St r,ni :, 177 Kalakaua Ave 2'i.oa Senator Cummins says the saloon must go. maximum number of hours of this training re:: Young L'5.00 St lii is now As mentioned. a presidential possibility, his words carry quired. Only a minimum 112t King St .'.ii.iiO 120."i Wilhelmina :; ON EASY TERMS. 27 50 Rise tvWith such amendments as these precautions weight and the booze forces in the great parCor. :m.im) Ave. Wilder 2 and Alexander the bill will that start ties are already showing signs of worriment. require, we do not fear jj Lots 75x150 feet. :: 2110 Lanahuli Drive, Manoa 45.00 red the road to war. on 2'lir. Oahu Ave.. .Vanoa IJil.irll 2 the youths of Hawaii $500 Corner lots LH7 Makiki St :: :;o.''" The visit of "those college boys" from t :; Cor. 15.00 Mokauea Sts Colburn " Inside Lots and $450 always helps to liven up local baseball. 2141 Lanahuli drive FELICE LYNE. :: 45oo 14"4 Thurston Ave u 27.50 $100 Cash Balance in It's Stanford this vear. Fans, take notice! King St :'o.i!0 2 l:i' on Lyne Satursing Felice heard Wyllie 7i'2 50 Monthly who 00 Payments. t St. Puunni Ave and Those 2". :: 45. Lunalilo i'0 St at inwere cononce The torpedoing of a Belgian relief ship day night at the Opera House :: Kewalo St 40.00 1'aloln Am Apply to prima donna dicates is American of respecter no the submarine that young :: :;o.oi i:?13 this Makiki vinced that St '' Mendonca Tract. Liijha St is' winning for her country the laurels that missions. 213'i Kam. Ave.. Manoa 40. oo Adams Lane 35.00 America is usually more ready to heap Uon 2 Lower Manoa and Hillside 37.50 Won't be long until Americans will be asked Stangenwald Bldg., Merchant St. foreign artists than those of home birth. 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Co. 18.!wa.ers si,1 ' December 22, 11)14. cjn abcut 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. i Aiiicii uaie iney arriveu in san oani Captain William Patterson, Colum- - The vessel is b.ffngit.ijniore tharv 100 . i . vt eeg co bay, cyi tUa Mexican coast. 'Inter-i h:a river pilot for the Associated Oil gnUtary passengers, officerb and. enLaiesi sugar quotation: Viewed by a. representative of the Company, has been named co'mmiatest 4.64 cts. or $92.80 per ton. (.hief btatt Oft.cer a- - sinnpr nf thP enrt of Portland h sue" listed men .The .time of deyartura for Guam and Manila has not bsei magata oft he Idzumo said: ceed Fred N. Pendleton. by the army quartermaster offiset "We have been in Mexican waters., cials. The vessel will probably berth Navigation since uecember zz. in those waters steamer at Pier 6. It vv.ll take coal before The Matson we have been treated very friendly Hyades will visit at least four island Philippines. by the officers and men of the Ameri-- j ports before completing its return steaming for the ' c an squadron. We often received cargo of th)) tens of sugar for de- - Kauai Sugar Report. large quantities of ccal from Amerl- - livery at California refineries Officers in the steamer Kinau re can transports whic h brought coal tor turning from Kauai ports yesterday their cruisers. Our officers and those Taking 33i0 tons of sugar, the Mat-eo- reported the following sugar awaiting Henry Waterhousi Trust Co, of the American ships often called chartered steamer Francis Hanh shipment to Honolulu or to the main cn each other, and on several occa- fy left HHo for San Francisco late Ltd. land: Kekaha Sugar Co., 1600; Gay Members Honolulu Stock and Bond sions we got supplies of food from Saturday. The vessel left some of & Robinson. 42n0; Hawn. Sugar Co. them. its outward cargo at Honolulu. Exchange. 3.320; McBryde Plant. Co., 43.183; "We felt at home all the time, as Fort and Merchant Streets Plan. Co.. 30,96s ; Lihue Plant. Kolca the American officers brought moving Part of the fuel oil supplied the Co.. ll.ooo; Makee Sugar Co.. 1)0'); Telephone 1208 pictures aboard our boats and gave I'nion Oil Company's steamer Santa Kilauca Plant. Co. lS'.o sacks. thows. To .the American ships we .Maria at Port San Luis may he dis ex charged at an island port other than sent a fencing party and THE TIPPERARY AUTHORS. perts, liefore the beginning of the Honolulu. The tanker is due at Hoby on we officers were called the war nolulu. The authors of Tipperary" wlil c f the Nurnberg and Leipsiz. When soon have to hold a convention to de cue of our seamen fell into the water The Pacific .Mail liner Persia with precedence. termine a passengers Nurnberg sent a few layover and later and was drowned the Williams, lately of the Gay- Harry ur, to Francisco San recover from to mail the steamed divers and assisted company ety at the Morosco, coyly Honolulu on Saturday. The vessel is body. rivately admitted that he wrote the will morning. It take due here Friday Asama May Be Floated. loo tens of coal before continuing the war ballad. Another Harry Williams "The Asama may be floated, hut wo voyage to Japan. China and the Phil over in fondon sent rommuniques ti do not know just when. We must il ines. the effect that he dashed it off one day. , thank our American cousins who o our assistance as soon ;:s the Mrs. Mire Smythe comes Hut now Dy Latest Mail Francargo eanie San from general With ' None of the cisco the schooner Defender is ex- - lay of Honolulu fcnd produees fac SAN FUANCISCO. March :'.L P,e Asama went aground. ' ai;;e the lederal uuarantine authori- members of the crew of the Asama e(.te( to arrjv0 at liana, Maui, the similes of the scores showing that tie:-- in Honolulu are unable to see why j were killed or injured when it went atter ,mrt (,f the month. The I)e- - she wrote the melody and had it prothey should discriminate in favor of a?round fender will be given a return cargo duced on February 26, 'M. urder the Chief Surgeon Maknmura of the Id- of sugar, according to present expec- name of "Yakima," by the Women s the Dam dog and allow it to get into Club of Yakima. the "Island Paradise" without first zumo said: tations c;f its agents. of "Through your paper would like to assiitg the customary four months' The Honolulu of scores was f He publishes 20 the Dr. Honolulu. March thank Pratt o.uarantino. Mrs. Everct S. Dam, wife Loca Notice to Mariners, of a wealthy Seattle mining man and very kind to me when we called at Islands Hawaii island, Yakima" and of "Tipperary.' They Hawaiian He took m'1 northwest government irrigation expert, is en your city the last time. coast; Kawaiiiae light are identical, tne ninerences unus extinguished, will negligible, consisting of one or twe rciute to Washington. I). C, where her all around the city. We visited sever - sttion, reported l al hospitals and other interesting :usband is now battling with soon 'is practicable, notes. repghted as She describes that one morning in of statesmen in an effort to have cos. commissioner jy order cf the crew ol the the island regulations overlooked for "The physical condition lighthouses. A. K. Arledge. inspec tor, the last Christmas holidays she was we good. dog's While Dam awakened by a motor party passim: of the sake. the Idzumo is l!Kh Lighthouse district. "Tipperary." and her house sing-'nI'll take the matter to the president were in Mexican watvrs we lost eight she recognized it at once as her own himself if necessary," indignantly ex men through sickness and injury." declinmusic; she bought a copy the next claimed Mrs. Dam on the steamer The officers of the cruisers today, verified her claim. clay and war situation which Wilhelmina. arrived from the ed to discuss the FJither of the Authors Harry Williislands yesterday. "When I go back being noncomm.ttal on what further ams now can have the floor. Los Anto Hawaii I am going to take Madja part, if any. .Inpan may take in the geles Examiner. the know do PUNKS. with me. The law is all besh any- present war. Tlxy tid will receive they how. Why. only four bulldogs have of the orders Write P. (). L5. 72" for mosquito punks. BREADSTUFFS WORTH been quarantined in Honolulu in the.encn their return home. t;i:;6-i$357,091,823 SHIPPED ABROAD ast eighteen months, and none of through passed them developed anything but a grouch. The Ohio wheat crop MOSQUITO PUNKS. Bv Latest Mail "When I get to Washington I will most of the winter in exceptionally ' DAmerican WASHINGTON. per j7 make those lawmakers do the things good condition and is rated at Only effective mosquito punks, at breadstuff's worth $::.T.i'i1-'- 3 were my crop. that husband has been unable to cent of a full Koyama store. Pauahi and Smirh. shipped li broad during the. eight make them do. and I'll get Madja into t;i:!6-lmonth period ending February JS last Honolulu if I have to go to the presiFormer Governor William T. Cobt compared with $1 l.'.ir.M for the as lui dent." oi .Maine will noi oe a cannula-.WHOLESALE HOUSE. same period of the preceding ' year. Mrs. Ham. after a brief stay in San the republican nominatlc n for I'nited Francisco, will hurry to Seattle where States senator at the primaries next Koyama. Pauahi & Smith; only agent FTgures given out bv tiie department 61 36-- m of commerce showed the greatest inter best mosquito punks. the Dam di.g. which hs causing all the year. crease was in wheat exports, which uproar, is at present be'ng cared for Fire detrctyetL th? Rockledge Hotel a year ago to HOUSE. rose from S67.6"i .C' WHOLESALE ly a special valet. i rom the northern at Popham Ilea en Hath. Me., at a loss the last month For 22h.2o.VH2. city she will proceed to Washington of $4i"i,0'.-F'or best mosquito punks cail Koy;.:i: i alone the breadstuff export totaled store. Puahi and Smith sts. 62.7".!'."ft. compared with $8,772,255 and promises interesting times in :i36-lFOR. 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Ideality is ever.v where and one gets So lookinu at the whole, that it is bard to ct titer on ariv one particular thiiiv. The riuflalo Imposition could be put in one corner. ;md would onlv seein like an extra exhibit, nnd Buffalo's illumination wa- !iko a power light beside the effect lighting is all indirect, Tli here. being no lnrMiim outlined with there Niiimnn water conditiVinR w ill be lights. battel ies of search Instead, Company A Men Caught In thoroughly discussed along with pro- lights from all sides of the urontid posed remedies at a meeting of the are played on the different buildings Drenching Rain Saturday of Commerce committee on with a beautiful enVct. Different colChamber Evening In Kalihi VaHey county and municipal affa.rs Wednes- ors are used by the lights, and there day morning at 11 o'clock. is one battery of "" litdits. each four Canulit tn a drenrhing rain and is invited at the feet in diameter, that holds a drill, expression Public camp and ; to pitrli thtdr tents : forced meeting. As Norman Watkins. (hair-ma- making an aurora effect. When they V overnight In uric imfortable qturtersin of the committee, is carrying have fireworks, the lichts are played i, new territory, the members of Com-legislative duties at present a n the rockets after they burst, an heavy f;any A, Natitajal (Jiiftrd, not a bitter will elecied to han- I don't believe have ever seen a taste of real soldierins during their dle the discussion. beThe memother sight. The buildings wonderful more J hike Into Kalihi valley Saturday alter bers of the committee are Willard grounds. Fifty huge, the as are are noon and Sunday. T. Warren. Otto A. Itier-bac- thousand was. the attendance the day J. ISrown. hy 1st commanded company, "The ' and W. W. Chamberlain. we were there, and there were rio Ueiit. Snioot nd I'd Lieut. Cuahins-- . Satarmory o'clock 5 crowds anywhere. You certainly canat Jvam, left the Thirty-fou- r ' militia-not miss this show, as there will nevAT today afternoon. ARTESIAN WELL er be a chance to see anything to men turned out. The men started off A. M. REACHES Y. C. walkin.s; equal heins it during our lives. in bright sj irits, the eaay and everyone being anxious toj 'Tfere is somethfns tY tell yrmr DEPTH OF 700 FEET went into the Hawaiian boosters. hear mess call at 6 o'clock. When V within two miles of the nroKsed gobuilding twice, but could not see now operations The camping Rrounds, however, trouble ing on at the rear of the Y. M. C. A. much on acccunt of the large number started to come. The commissary building for the purpose of getting of people going through it. What I i waKon wis found stalled. The mules a source of supply of water for the did see was very beautiful and credit' ; were tired out and refused to go fur-- proposed swimming tank to be built able. In nil parts of the grounds I ther. The men rfgged rones to the in the open court, are attracting much .wason and assisted to pull It alon. At ' one of the fords the mules balked and attention. The drill is now down 70.0 feet, and it is expected that it will "lit became necessary to unhitch them require twice that distance to reach a ; so that the men might pull the wajion artesian water equal to the supply of n to the camping prounds. demand. Then the rain erne. Ponchos were Regarding deep wells, the deepest In the bottom of the wagon" and be-- ! in the world is In the coal fields of fore they could be secured every man Upper Silesia. At the last measurewts drenched to the skin. When camp ment it was a little over "348 feet, was reached the place was enveloped just a trifle short of a mile and a In Inky darkness. 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