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THU GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914,
A SCKNK OF DUSOLATIOX.
A scene of carnage on the I3are Roail leading to Htropilly where one of Mie fiercest enKa(jeinents
of the Battle of the Marne took place. It was here that the French infantry and Zouaves engaged in a
hand to hand encounter with the Germans. The photo shows one of the French fighters lying in tha
cavity made by the shell that killed him. The road was strewn with the dead and lying on both sides, as
can be seen by the bodv of the French Zouave lying besides that of a German infantryman on the left of
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COrvHIBHT.UNOtRWOOO 4 UNDtRWOOOkH.Jfa
CHARGE OF HEROIC SCOTCH HIGHLANDERS.
Tne hardiest of the British troops are these Hicrhlanders composed of the sons of Scotland. Their
coolness in the face of danger, and the manner in which thev are more than holding their own against the
German troops, is evidenced in the reports coming from the front. The photograph shows the Kilties"
engaged in charging the retreating enemy.
ALIEN BILL OVER
Washington The Btirnett-I il
lingham immigration bill, which
J has passed the House and has been
"" for several months on the S-nakr
calendar, favorably reported from
the Senate immigration committee, ,
hns b.-eu practically droped for:
the present .session, with the under-:
standing that it shall be called up J
for action early in December. S n :
ator Smith of South Caiolina,
chairman of the committee, 1:: s j
made several efforts to get the bill ,
The chief point of argument is 1
the literacy te-;t clause which makes '
it necessary for an alien Jo read1
and write as a prerequisite to ad-j
mission to the United States. I
Mil; ana Club
Tne Mokihana Club will meet
at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, the
K'ostess being Mrs. Hogg and Mrs.
lorngne. Mis. Ruling will ofTki-'
ate as leader. The subject will in
clude Chopin, Gounod and Greig. j
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AUSTRIAN'S HOLDING SERBS OX TiiE DANUBE.
Austrian sharpshooters checking the advancing Servians on the D mubc River.
ON THE FIRING LINE OF THE FRENCH ARMY.
This photograph illustrates the lemarkable spirit ot the French troops. In it is shown a soldier
trying to releive a wounded comrade and with grim determination continues his unceasing fire upon his
TO KAUAI VOTERS
Mauna Loa This Time
The steamer Mauna Loa came
over from Honolulu last week im
place of the Kinau, the latter ves
sel going on the was for an overhauling.
This is a late picture of the Admiral of the Eleet, Sir William
Henry May. second in command of the British navy.
Next Sunday's Baseball
Japanese of Kauai observed the i txt Sunday afternoon: Germans
birth anniversary of the Emperor vs. Japanese, at 1.30: Filipinos vs.
on Saturday. jlluleias, at 3 30.
Joe Iueyk, a Galician teamster
for Hanamaulu plantation and Miss
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Julu, were married in kapaia Lath
played in the Lihue hasebhll league ,olic ch u f c Silt,uaav ,oriiing.
The happy bride is a daughter of
Antone George Ferreira, stonema
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count zeppelin musters dirigibles for raid on
Count Zeppelin right the inventor and builder of Germany's
fleet of dirigibles named after him, at Wilhelnishaven on the North well received and were promised
Sea, from which place the contemplated raid on England was planned, all sorts of support in the electiwi
The photograph shows the Count in consultation with Count Hacssler. being held today.
! Republican candidates have been
out hustling for voters since last
Tuesday. On that day E. A.
Kiiudsen, candidate for the Senate,
im! Messrs. Coney, Kula and Fas
iiuh, for the House, started out to
gether. In the afternoon they ad
dressed the voters at Wainiha, and
at evening held a big meeting in
tile H in ilei church. Wednesday
was spent talking to road gangs
along the way ;nd to gangs of
voters wherever thev wer-i met
with. That night n big meeting
wis held in Chinatown at Kapaa.
whidi was attended principally by
l Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock
I a m-.etiug w'as held at the Home
j steads, Kalah o, and that night
there was a big gathering in Koloa
J t hear the candidates.
I'riilav afternoon 'at 5 o'clock
' Hanapape was the scene of the
meeting and Makaweli was given a
round at 7 tne same evening.
( Saturday afternoon at 4 a meeting
was held in Kekaha, and that night
at 7 the candidates held forth in
Last night's meeting, as report
ed elsewhere, was held in Lihue
hall that winding up the campaign.
Everywhere the candidates wen-