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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. APRIL 27. 115.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Sugar Held By Villa
San Francisco According to advices received by the Chamber of
Commerce, the British steamer Cetriana, with sugar from San Fian
cisco, is held by Mexican General Villa at Ensenada.
Villa Troops Defeat Regulars
Douglas, Ariz. Villa forces yesterday met and defeated Carranza
troops. It is reported that Villa has had a quarrel with his chief lieu
tenant. Vessels Strike Mines
London The Norwegian steamer Caprive, from Baltimore for
Christiania, struck a mine off Torrey Island. It is definitely reported
that the steamer Ruth was torpedoed in the North Sea.
Works Attacks Vrilson
Los Angeles Senator Works says that President Wilson meddled
in the work of the recent Congress to an extent without precedent,
and that the worst failure of Congress was its neglect to rebuke him
Women Not For Peace
Paris Women of France declare that they will not join in any
movement for peace as long as a single foeman remains on French
Spaniards And Mexico
San Francisco The Spanish consul of the City of Mexico arrived
here yesterday and says that he was attacked by Mexican soldiers
after the Spanish Minister had been sent out of Mexico, and saved
himself only by taking refuge in the Japanese consulate,
Italy Awaits Her Price
Rome Austria is striving with all her diplomatic means to avert
a war with Italy, and is inclined to go far toward purchasing the con
tinued neutrality of the Italians. The Italian foreign minister says,
however, that Austria has not vet named a figure high enough to
tempt Italy to yield and stay out of the conflict.
Chicago's Great Strike
Chicago The big strike was increased yesterday by eighty lum
ber mills joining in it. It is claimed that 130,000 men are out on
strike. The arbitrators will begin work tomorrow in effort to com
Guns For Manila
New York Secretary Garrison and General Schott visited Sandy
Hook proving grounds yesterday to witness the test of two fourteen
inch guns to be used in the defense of Manila. The tests were satis
factory. along the entire western front is now developing in tremendous pro
portions on the Yser and the Ypres to a point north of Dixmunde.
with the Germans driving against the British and Bslgian lines in
greater numbers than even the drive of last October, when orders were
given the German forces to clear a way to the Channel ports at what
The present drive is apparently directed at Calais.
The fierceness of the assault has driven back the British forces
some distance, but without breaking the line.
Reinforcements are being rushed to the support of regiments
which are holding back the Germans, and progress of the battle in
the next few days will be watched with intense interest.
The Germans have crossed the Yser and seized a number of vil
lages north of Dixmunde. which they are holding tenaciously.
No details of losses have yet been announced by the war office
Fierce Fighting In Belgium
London Y hat is expected will be the fiercest battle of the
British Battleship Damaged ,
Washington The German Embassy has information ftom reliable
sources that a British battleship was damaged by bombs from a Zep
pelin in the last raid of Zeppelins along the Tyne.
Honolulu Another line broke from the sunken submarine today.
Great difficulty is being met with in lifting the vessel.
Local Chinese are greatly agitated over the situation in their
The House committee declares that there is no general cause for
dissatisfaction among small farmers. Some features of the present
system are criticized in report.
S. P. Gets Mail Contract
San Francisco Southern Pacihc steamers have been given mail
Italian Exhibit Stolen
San Francisco A chest of silver, a part of the Italian exhibit f r
jSan Francisco, has been stolen at Genoa.
Czar Confers With Nicholas
P 'trograd The Czar has been at Lemberg where he had a con
ference with Grand Duke Nicholas with reference to the Carpathian
Germans Gross Ypres Canal
Berlin The Germans have crossed the canal at Ypres, taking
Langemarck, Stcinstrasse, Ilestas and rilken, and capturing 1,600
Emden Sailors Located
London A sailing vessel manned by escaped sailors from the
destroyed German cruiser Emden has arrived at Lidd, Arabia. They
made a dash across the country, were attacked by Arabs but escaped.
Germans Fighting To Coast
London Germany has begun a terrific drive to cut a road through
the entrenched Allies to reach the French channel port, there to be
within better striking distance of England. Apparently the Germans
are steadily reinforcing their lines preliminary to attempt to break
through the iron ring of the Allies and reach the channel.
Cooperating with the bombarding fleets at the entrance to the
Dardanelles, a French aviator attacked Fort Castro, killing several de
fenders. Another bomb sunk a German ship at Smyrna, where 35.000
Turks are entrenched.
The British freight steamer Ruth has been torpedoed in the
North Sea. A Finnish vessel has been torpedoed by the Germans in the
German Fleet Is Active
Berlin The German fleet has cruised repeatedly in the North
Sea without meeting any element of the English fleet.
Report From The French
Paris It is asserted officially that the German advance in the
region of Ypres has been checked.
Raymond Swoboda, admittedly a German, held on charge of
espionage, is accused of attempting to set fire to the steamer La Tou
raine on the voyage from New York.
German Official Report
Washington The official German report today says that after a
violent engagement the Germans forced a passage across the canal at
Ypres. Artillery duels only between the Meuse and Moselle. The
enemy's attempt to reconquer a lost terrain near Ypres failed.
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For Frying-For Shortening
For Cale Maljng
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the tasto of grease. Tltev now arc tnstv and crisp. They
arc in:.(u- more i!i;.''i-si Uilc, for Cri-co is all vegetable.
The suae Cri.,c can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frvimr.
Criseo gives pstrv a new fla"kmcss and digestibility.
Crisco always is cf the same freshness and consistency.
Jt's uiiiform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnossat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop. .
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