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Public Schools to
Open September 13
New Teachers Coming to Maui Board
'Considers Pensions New Style of
Grading for High School.
With William McCluskcy ns super
vlslim principal pf Mnul county, the
board of school commissioners, nt Its
meeting on Monday revised the llsf
or teachers appointed at the spring
mooting, and filled a number ot vacan
cies that have occurred since that
time. The board also appointed Jas.
C. Davis as supervising principal 'or
Oahu, to succeed Mrs. Mary Gunn,
resigned. Mr. Davis's place as head of
the Itoyal school, Honolulu, Is taken
by Cyril O. Smith, of Kauai.
A number of new names appear on
the list of Maul teachers for next term.
Among these is that of Herbert A.
Wade, as principal of the Haiku
school. Mr. Wade was principal of
the Paauilo, Hawaii, school, last year.
He takes the place left vacant by the
departure of W. W. Taylor from the
Islands. Mr. Taylor was appointed at
the previous meeting of the board to
the Haiku princlpalship In place of
T. It. Hinckley, who will bo principal
of the Laupahoehoo school.
New Credit System Adopted.
The board adopted a new system
of credits for the high schools of the
territory. It provides a minimum of
IG points in the four -years' course, or
4 points for each year.
The matter of teachers' pensions,
which goes into effect, under the new
law passed by the last legislature, on
July 1, next year, was considered at
some length, and Superintendent Kin
ney was authorized to address a cir
cular letter to a'l the teachers in the
islands, asking them specifically
wnetner or not they arc willing To
give one half of ono percent of their
salaries each half year towards this
fund. Those who answer in the af
firmative will bo placed on the lis
of teachers to be benefited by the
Schools Open on September 13.
The public schools of the territory
open this year on September 13, two
weens irom next Monday. A stata
ment In a Honolulu paper to the ef-
lecl that they are to open on next
weuncsuay, September 1st, was nn
Fifty Mainland Teachers'.
In spite of the teachers given cert!
ficates by the summer school a few
weeks ngo, it was necessary to engage
about fifty Instructors from the main
land. Among these several aie assign
ed to Maui. Among these are Miss
Corio Crane, of Santa Ana, California,
who will bo ono of tho teachers at
Sprcckelsvlllc. At Pala will also ho
two malihlnl teachers, Miss Itomi
swali and Miss Mario Pate, both of
San Jose. Miss Angelino Wood, who
wm icacn at t'uunpne, is also a main
'ino list of teachers for tho Maul
schools, as made by the board, Is as
Maul High and Grammar- W. S.
uocman, Miss SI. J. Couch, Miss Mary
H. Cooper, Miss Este'.lo Roe, Miss
Franc Eaton, Miss Plerson.
Lahainaluna: C. A. McDonald, Fred
A. Clowes, J. A. Wilson, G. W. Sahr,
Samuel Mookini, William Makacna,
iviiaries t. jtnunani, Samuel Kapu.
Kahakuloa: W. K. Hoopii.
Honokohau: Solomon K. Pall.
Mrs. Catherine Coclo
Mrs. Itowena K. Hose
W. Hennig. John Hose.
Kamotiameha III: B. O. Wist, Mi
chael Dusson, Miss Alice Hoapill, Miss
Annie P. Chung, Miss Tsulan Chov,
Miss Eva S. Coardman, Mrs. Mary A.
Lee, Mrs. Itoso Mookini, Miss Clare
Stevenson, Mrs. Lucy Furtado.
Olowalu: Mrs. Marques.
Kihel: J. Patrick Cockett, Mrs. J.
. P. Cockett.
Walkapu: Mrs. Zellie Cockott.
Wailuku: Miss Lida Crlckard, Mrs.
Kato L. McKay, Mrs. A. C. Hill, Miss
Lucy Richardson, Miss Edith Keola,
lMrs. Carolyn S. Weight, Mrs. A. V.
Crockett, Miss Juliette Kau.
Walhee: Mrs. Ella L. Austin, Miss
Achoy Ahu, John M. Brown, Miss
Edith L. Dunn.
Knhulul: Moses Kauhlmahu, Miss
' Spreckelsvlllo: Mrs. L. A. Sabey,
Miss Louisa Hart, Miss Corlo Crane,
Miss Anna fj. Salladay, Mrs. Emily
Puuneno: E. A.. Brown, Miss Mary
iioionoioKaiani, Mrs. J 13. Medeiros,
Mrs. S. M. Maples, Mrs. Flora B.
Brown, Miss Lucy Wilcox, Miss Sarah
Kallno, Miss Graco Hilmer, Miss Aoe
V. Ting, Miss Loilanl Weight, Miss
Koahua: Mrs. Mary L. Simpson,
Alias Alico West. .
Pala: H. jr. Wolls, Miss Lila Wag
ner, Mrs. I. L. Stovons, Aliss Itomlo
Swall, Alanuel G. Anjo, John Gonsal
ves, Mrs. C. do Lima Andrade, Aliss
Kathleen Alaljoy, Miss Alario Pate.
Alakawao: Frederick W. Hardy,
Miss Itoso E. Crook, Aliss Elsie Crow
ell. Aliss Amelia Tarn Yau.
Kealahou: J. Vincent, Airs. J. Vin
cent, Aliss Itohocca Copp, Aliss Ah
Kookoa: D. Kapohaklmohowa, Airs.
J. Kapohaklmohowa, Aliss Ellon Copp,
Arrs. Alaggio S. Wong.
Ulupalakua: Alanuol Cravalho.
Alakona: Aliss Amoy Ahu.
Hamakuapoko: Aliss Alary E. Flem
ing, Airs. Lulu II. Boy urn, Airs. Gossin,
i "' 1 1 '
Many Auto Drivers
Fined for Speedin
Police Set Trap and Half 'A Hundred
Are Caught Law Had Not Been
Enforced All Fined $5.
For exceeding the speed limit or 1
miles per hour on Alain street, Walla
ku, penal summonses were Issued oh
.Monday of this week for forty-sove
residents of Alaui. and on Thtirsdnv
morning most of these faced District
.Magistrate AIcKay and paid a fine of
tu, or lorreitod a like amount of bail
i nrougn non-appearance.
Tho biggest joke in connection with
ine general roundup, is that ono
those taken by tho drag-net was th
Honorable S. E. Kalama, chairman ot
i . 1 1 i . .
mi' xju.uu oi ai nerviKors. whn wna
originally Instrumental in having the
bpecu iimus nxeu. Another speeder
was tlio H0V. U. B. Dodce. and tho
auto truch of the Alaul Snrl.n .& t
wonts, driven uy H. H. Taylor, act
iiib manager, also got pinched.
ine trap into which all nf fimsn
motorists fell, was sot by Automobile
Inspector P. J. Goodness last Friday
tmeiuuuii ami Saturday morning, op
poslto tho Japanese cemetery, above
the Alaul Wine & Liquor Company's
aiuic. .mi allowance or h m ins nnr
nuur was mauo. and tlin I s.t slirm-a
that all of the speedora Worn mnkfnir
- nines per nour. Among those
O -i tl i . a
who iaceu tno Judge on Thursdav
were some prominent rIMznnc! ah
pleaded guilty, the only excuse offered
being that it has been customarv tn
run over ii miles at tno point in ques
As a matter of fact it has been over
a oar since any attempt has been
made to enforce tho speed ordinance
on tho road between upper Wailuku
and tho electric power plant, and
many motorists Have apparently con
sidered It a dead letter. Some of the
cuiprus were caught sovoral times
during tho time the stop watches were
iiem on tno stretch.
Tho list of those arrested follows:
union, mrata, Sagata, Kama Apo,
J oe corrca. Ned Nicholas, Alannia
nanu u). Jonn Itoblnson, Sam Alaka
ena, II. B. Dodge. H. II. Taylor, AI,
toganaka, Manuel Coelho, H. Chung,
n.iH. waiwaioio, a. fombo (4), Ta
sural, I. Suml. Frank Lufkin o n n
Bowman. Jim Ah Sam; John Baker! l!
oiuiiu, w. ijucic, li. Toitanaga, J. C
Fitzgerald, Ah Him, Geo. W. Steele
i. tiayaiuno (2), Qmori (2), Dr. Y.
Sugamura (3), DoUego & Edwards
unver, iasumi,,T Ikeuchi.'Sacata. Af
logunaka, Geo. Edwards, Uchida, AI.
lamaua, Airs. Ueggs C. C. Clark, Joe
' v iUarei, itaklchi, A. Ale
Klbbin, Ylck Alen.
J. B. Cox New County
Engineer of Maui
Announcement Made With His Arrival
on Wednesday Will Take Office
on September 1st.
.uuurs new nmmtv onrriort.. unn
. -tf -l(,lllV.V,i litx
uuuu appointed ana is now on hand
"J tauo up ins duties on. the
mai ot mo month. Ho is J. B Cox
an island boy, but who has suent the
past flvo or six years on thn nniA.
Iclllll. 110 IS 1110 SOIl Of I'rnf. Ts.mn M
iox, principal of the rcn'ihiwoo,..
1 , T T . " ll
Air. Cox took Ills encineeilnrr 1n.
grees In Stanford University, and for
tho past year has been employed on
the coast With the Snn PmnlD.n
Bridge Company, which position he re
signed to como back to tho Islands.
binco Ills arrhal, ho has been famll-
iiirizmg Iliniseir With lnr-nl nrnrlnnr.
lng problems against his taking over
the onico rrom Engineer Hugh Howell
Under tho new ordinance soon to be
adopted. Air. Cox's olllelnl itln win
'Chief Overseer and County En-
Airs. AI. N. Alunday, Arrs. Ella D. Hay
ward, Arrs. Cora D. Foster.
Kaupakalua: E. B. Bl.ineimni a
Haiku: Herbert A. Wn.ln Arrc v
B. Blanchard, Aliss Alaria Bodrigiies!
Aliss Florence Wood.
Kulaha: Airs. E. A. Turner.
Halehaku: Aliss Itaclinl TvlnVnnn np
iiuelo: Edward J. Smythe.
Keanao: Jamos O. Alltelinii. Mm
Nahiku: Airs. Welsh.
Kaeleku: Josoph Carvalho.
Hana: Airs. L. C. Fraln. Miss v.U
sio Chalmers, Aliss Dorothy Alitehell,
.Mrs. .Mcuoiros. N
Haou: William P. Hala. John Li-
Kipahulu: Airs. Ituth Gibbs. Misa
Kaupo: Airs. L. A. Alarclol. Aliss
Dolly A. Kolki.
Lanalkal: Aliss Alary Kauhane.
Kalao: Arrs. Estollo Baker.
Kauimkakal: David Kaaf.
Kamalo: Airs. Franl; Foster.
Kaluaaha: Aliss Amoy Aynt.
Waialua: Edward Kaunu
Halawa: David Kalaau.
Wailau: L. K. Kaalouahi.
Polokunu: Airs. Hattio Kaholo.
Kalaupapa: A. J. Kauhaihuo.
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.(
Deserter From Army
Bernard Wcssler Identified Through
Marriage Announcement. Was
Working for Maui News. 3
Alarried last Saturday, and arrested
Ivo days later and carried to Hono
lulu as a deserter from tho regular
army, is the tragic ending of the brief
romance of Bernard Wessler, for tho
past ten weeks an employe of tlio
"Alaul Newb" in the capacity or soli
citor. And tho Irony of the thing
lies in. the fact that it was his mar
riage tjiat led to his undoing. An
army officer, reading the published
announcement of this event, as copied
in a Honolulu paper, Immediately for
warded a description of the man want
ed at Schofiold Barracks for desertion
to the Alaul police, and a few hours
later Wessler wad under arrest.
Wessler left his nlace in the h
corps the latter part of Alay and came'
to Alaul early in Juno. Ho nnnllori fnr
work to tho "Alaul News."
given temporary cmtilnvmnnt T4-
showed more than usual ability and
Industry and would probably have
been able to make himself so useful
as to have made his position a perma
Shortly alter coming to Alaul, Wess
ler met Airs. Alarv Penlr. n
dow or upper Pala, in the courso or
his work, and a mutual attachment
quickly iormcd between them, rnlml.
nating In their marriage last Saturday
. -1 bum; iu iiuuseiteep'
ing on wells avenue, Wailuku. and
were apparently exceedingly happv In
planning lor their tuture. The shock
watt a very severe one to tho voting
bride, who however, possibly does not
entirely realize tho serious noss nf hnr
nusnanu's predicament. Very general
Eympathy is expressed for lmr hv
those, who have learned tlio fnrt In
When confronted with the facts hv
Sherirt Crowe!! on Thursdnv. Wosolnr
made no attempt to deny his Identity.
xiu bhvo as nis excuse for leaving the
service that ho was in debt at the
post exchange and had been refused a
transfer to Fort, Shatter or to the
rniuppines wnero ho might have an
uiumruniiy 01 maKing more money
limn nu couiu ai i orc snatter. Ho oi'
listed in October. 111!) I
and had less than six months to serve
when ho took French leave. During
ma resiuenco on jiaui Ho made many
rrionds, and there is very irenoml m.
grot expressed at tho plllkla in which
no nas uecome involved.
Much Water Power
In Koolau District
Electrical Engineer Much Impressed
Hawaiian Commercial May Har
ness Falls m Keanae.
Although it has line n mnnv mnntlw
sinco tho Koolau section ol east Alaul
has boon so dry as it is at present,
H. H. Taylor, electrical engineer, who
made the trip over the dlfch fmii in
Hana and return, last Sunday, declar-
uvea under present conditions thero
is power .enough in tho falls ho saw
along the route to operate most of tho
machinery on Alaul. Air. Tavlor wns
until a few months ago superintendent
of tho Island Electric Company. Ho
uAiiucis 10 leave in a snort time for
tno mainland, and does not exnect fn
In speaking about the wnt er nnnl
blllties of the ditch country. Mr. Tnv.
lor advocates a largo number of small
unit plants rather than an extensive
scheme to bring all tlio water Into ono
head. Ho states that within tho past
iew years mis nas ueen demonstrated
as extremely practical in many places
on ine coast.
. C. 6i S. Planning Electric System.
It is understood that A. W. Collins.
civil engineer of tho East Alaul Irri
gation Company, may soon recommend
tho installation of a power plant in tho
Keanao Valley, tho current trener.nfeil
being used in tho same vicinity to
pump a largo volume of water now
going to waste below the ditch line,
up Into tho ditch.
Will Line Koolau Ditch.
A largo quantity of material. Includ.
ng portab'.o railway track nnd ramn
houses is now on tho ground In tho
lveanao valley to bo used In connec
tion with tho big project of concrete
lining tho big Koolau ditch. Tim un.
dertaking is an oxponsivo one, but will
no uouih no amply Justified through
tho prevention of seenace. whleh nn.
der present conditions is otten very
RECEPTION FOR NEWCOMERS.
A public reception is to bo tondored
Air. and Airs. Lesllo It. AIathow3 and
Aliss Juno Mitchell, tho now settle
ment workers, who arrived yesterday
morning by the Lurline, nnd aro now
guosts of Arr. and Airs. II. B. Dodgo.
Tho reception will bo held in tho
grounds and buildings of the Alexan
der House. A general invitation is
extended to all.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915.
Murphy is Out for
Judge McKay's Scalp
Files Charges of Serious Character
Against District Magistrate For
gery and Embezzlement Alleged.
Charging Judge William A. AIcKav.
district magistrate of Wailuku, with
rorgcry, embezzlement, and the falsi
fying or court record, Attorney Eu
gene Alurphy this week filed with the
Territorial supremo court a set or sen
sational articles asking Tor the remov
al of tho judge from the bench. Tho
charges which Alurphy makes allege
llinf T,l -rT.- .11.1 . n
....... uuu6b Miivaj' uiu incse various
things in order to nreiudlne him in
the civil suit Tor some $70 of Mnrnhv
vs. ArcKay, new pending.
.uurpnys quarrel with tlio district
magistrate is or lone atnmHne. Tim
civil action rcterred to is to recover
money which Alurphy claims to havo
deposited at various times ns trmir.
anteo or court costs, and which Mc
Kay later refused to return to him.
Judge AIcKay has lor some timo re
fused to accept Alurphy's checks, de
manding Instead tho netiml nnsh nn,l
Alurphy, in seven specifications
against tho judge, embodies this as
one of them, together with tho str.to.
ment mat no receipts can be obtaine
lor cash so paid.
Alurphy alleges that Judge AIcKay
mis ootained ills Signature tn n rnat
charge or 20 cents, and later altered
ine ngures to read ? .05: and he char
ges AIcKay with withholding from iho
record matters from record until after
settlement Had been made, in eight
separate cases, for the purpose or pre
venting Alurphy's getting money duo
Other charges have tn dn with fni
fllying of accounts, and tho chargo is
also made that tho court neglected to
enter or record certain testimony, Tor
purpose ot causing a miscarriage
or justice, to Alurphy's detriment. '
As reported in the "Alaul News'' a
weeic ago, Alurphy attacked the juris
diction or judge AIcKay on tho
grounds that his license as a district
court attorney expired in 1911, and
nau not neen renewed, thus, as Atur
pny noius, rendering tho Judge inelli
gible as district magistrate, notwith
standing nis recent appointment by
iuu supreme court.
In Kula Sanitarium
Public Invited to Attend Meetings
And bee for Selves Great Work
ine next quarterly meetinc of the
managing committee of tho Kula Sani
tarium Is to bo hold at tho institution
at 2 o'clock, next Friday afternoon, ac
cording to announcement whinh lino
Just been issued by Dr. AlcConkev.
secretary of tho board. The notice also
invites tho general public to bn nres.
ent, nnd Dr. AlcConkcy states that It
is mo nope or the members of the
uoaru mat many Alaul peoplo will
unci it possii:o to attend.
The Immense value of the Kula Ins
mutton in combating tho ravages of
1110 WnitO nlaCUO Oil th q lalnnrl la
becoming more and more apparent,,
but thero aro many who know but Ut
ile or Wliat IS really hoimr nnrnnmlUh.
ed. It is for tills reason that tho man
aging committee wishes to impress on
the peoplo ot Alnui that tho Kula Snn I.
tarium belongs to them tho peoplo or
una is:anu, anu to. lr possible, interest
everybody in the work that is helm?
Through tho efforts of R P. Baldwin.
manager of tho Hawaiian Commercial
& Sugar Company, and tho manage
ment or the Knhulul Itailroad, two cot
tages aro at tho present time being
erected In connection with the sani
tarium for the accommodation of j,ri
vate patients , and it is understood
that others are soon to bo built.
'alama Girls Defeat
Mauis in First Game
Tho Palama basket ball cir's do.
feated the Alaui team in tho first game
of tho series, last Thursday night, by
mo nig score ot os to is, iiowovor,
tho local team has been dolncr snm
extra practising and hopes to make a
better showing in tho other two
games. Tonight's gamo will bo iol
lowed by a danco.
Tho Honolulu team is rnnrin nn no
Alabel Tltcomb and Lizzie .Tnnnn
forwards; Lillian Biart and Alarv Lu
han, guards; Bornlcla Lano and Eli
zabeth Akana, conters; Jennio Hoina,
substitute. Alabel TJtcombo is cap
tain and Atise Evelyn Cunnlnsh.im.
who Is In chargo of tho girls' work at
raiama bottioment, Is tho coacn.
in the Alaul team are: Alarv Hoff
man, captain, who with Gladys Aro!
necke are forwards; Jennio Knh lebai
find Alico Walkor, guards; Louise itob
lnson and Ella Bal, contors; Dorothy
Lindsay and Twoot Robinson, substitutes.
GEMANY "PROMISES TO
Strained Situation Relieved By Attitude of Kaiser's
Government-May Not Sink any
HONOLULU, Augusts-Sugar, $94.20.
HONOLULU, August 27.-Eirich and Sch'radcr arc dead as re
sult of the explosion of distillate tank at the Sandard Oil Company's'
WrttF- ,Ial'rub KB- .Csc of the Plosion still unknown!
v-.,u.ml u. lk) roau supervisor
ww..., niuuamu auio unuer tun pressure ol foyfulness
instructed by Judge Ashford to investigate.
n rnni!V 7i ,ws cIosed a c0tract for the erection of
a coaling station in the bay at a cost of a million or more. Work is to
begin when dredging is pau.
Htnck mrnf W115- 27--rR00SeVelt, !ys the secretary of war's
cimn "wW?f '"rcfcK'Kcto ls speech at the Plattsburg
camp He says Wood should not be blamed, not knowing what speech
would be and hints that the administration has fallen dovvn badly In
th S?SJLCS S,di - " t0 M. oing
William J. Bryan will open his peace festival tomorrow. The cele
bration will last till end of month.
PORTERVILLE, August 27.-An official of the business men's
SSEnV r WlI1-introc uce " hion to keep out of Califor b any pro
ducts of Georgia, owing to the fee ing against the lynching of FraJk.
EL, I ASO, August 2. Mexicans have raided ranches in Texas at
a score of places along the border. 'ain.m.b in iuas at
NE W YORK, August 27. Rates on British exchange arc the low
est since 1817. It is believed that the selling price will go s5i To ver
nncT Si" ' I -l-ted to America to meet trade baN
K iSl TMl cd States gold brought across in Britsh war
Mups consigned to J. P, Morgan & Company.
NISH, August 27. Skirmishing between border outposts and artil
3 Ss yCStCrday markcd re""Iin of hostilities between AistS.i
WASHINGTON, August 27. Von Bernstorff says Germany will
agree to the demands of the United States. Orders have becSed o
dtrs,of.sublari(:s not to attack merchant ships w Umut vari-
g' ? i?n JC,vbSA r may andTn aUacks uPn Hcrs a together.
BERLIN, August 27.-Rcports say the nation docs not believe
!hc UnSsttes? Arab'C Wi" rCSUU in SCriUS di5COrd r b w?th
IIONOEULU, August 26.-Carl Eirich and Anton Schrader of
the Standard Oil Company, and Ralph Harrub, of the Hawaiian Electric
2VSSd!TMi,3r injUrCd WhC" a tank' hl 0U COm' "rd
umJtT rcceivcd lhat fourtccn persons wcrc
AMSTERDAM, August 26. Transports carrying wounded Ger
mans have arrived at German ports from Riga -er
BERLIN, August 26. Associated Press correspondent savs Ger
many does not consider the sinking of the Arabic a cause for serious dis
cord with United States. Is confident that when America learns facts
the issue will not be com nrlv,. in 1rni, nr t . b ,la.ts
Arabic, Germany adopted ,he poi -
problem as it affects the United States. The nolicv will 1 TJT
connection wilb n,wn-,-, t .I
im -n V a luiiutuiuiiig statement.
1 he Russian forts of Brcst-Litousk have been cantt
Russians evacuated while Germans
1 U11U. U L' St ' ). nilnnvrmntn II t. .... .
i i . , r "i atnai nas ueen ordered pn-
largcd in order to supply Russia with arms and ammunition. Th con
ference lasted two davs over rennet nf i?cc;e V.." .. con
urged the extension of the arsenal. uiu,i.lIO,.s. UKuma
WASHINGTON August 26.-Lansing today conferred with the
German ambassador, who reiterated that Germany did not iScnJ o take
,IVCSTXxrx1rCa,,s in lhe sinki,,B of the Arabic. "
LONDON. AlllTUSt 26. An nir rnM f, i . ....
j.iiwii, ujuJiniy uu snens on it.
11UNOEUEU, August 26.
u aKeiieid were married by Gilbert J. Waller, at the Young Hotel' ves
"wni JTw'i, Go1r,",or.i;i"k''a"' witnessed the ccrntony ' '
ilham Volters will build a modern theatre here, to seal 1600.
lhe captain of the Maverick ,-.nw mm i, . .
Germans, in British waters
McGregor's wharf-has been
1 I.Al lbLUKG, Pa., August
WASlUiNUTUN. Auzust 26.
mnnnrM,,. n.:.. ji
, wm.i. uv ueeiares
wanting to become emperor of China
uustav Koiische, m the emnlov
on order of the department of justice, changed hU.ylaUon
nit um iui iroiection' oi natinnn
sketches and . Inns si,; " t
iwtv4 A, b "
t fir i T Ug., 1 r'A Jlncse aviator yesterday made r
ful flight over the Japanese Alps.
LONDON, August 26. Britsh forces in front of Flande
day took more than 12 nn'lee nf tv..iiw.e 'im... c .
40'mile. long. Heavy trenching now going $3. ES
general results leave the situation unchanged
Reports from Pairs state a German destroyer, caught off Dunkirk
on night of 2rd was shelled by French gunboats and sunk '
lhe general tenor of dispatchces from Petrograd are highly opti
mistic in spite of statement of Russian retreat of one portion of line de
fending Petrograd. Until promised reinforcements reach then i Rus
sians will make a stand at Grodno. The shell crisis is over and Ger
Tl'ikVr T KCr aWe t0 I)0Und the Russians with0t Retting answer
Official reports of recent fighting in Gallipoli state that Allies made
a s ubs antial advance towards u timate objective. Recent lighting was
i ! nn 1 1 v T 1 1 r Lf C' 1 nUSU a , Van,ce beinS in facc of splendid o posi
tion by lurks, whn pnvc irrnunl r.ii.. ,.,i,.. -i t ' . ' 1
iiiiMuiiivms. ii is ueiievetl t in )nn nnn L ...:n 1, f..ii
!".!hC AlliC8' Iand a"d
on tour of inspection of roads
A . J i'"""-
captured by Germans.
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(Additional WIroless on Pago i.)