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THli GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1915
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Morgan & Company since the death of his noted father, was shot
twice today and painfully injured by a crank who entered his house
early in the morning, heavily armed.
A statement made by the man later, although rambling, conveyed
the idea that he thought Morgan could stop the European war, and it
was Ins duty to tell linn so.
The fellow gave his name as F. Holt.
Morgan is not seriously hurt. Ond bullet struck in the breast,
took a glancing course and emerged from the arm. Another lodged
in his hip. His physicians say lie will recover quickly.
Condition Of The Market
New York The market opened irregular today, shaded a point
and then remained stationary.
Possibility of J. P. Morgan's activity as purchasing agent for the
British flotation of new notes amounting to $500,000,000 discussed as
thecause of his being fired upon by Holt.
News From Battle Fields
London Sir Ian Hamilton, in command of the British landing
torces, reports that the Allies are making material advances on Galli
Constantinople denies this statement.
Submarines Still Active
Russian submarines in tho Black Sea have torpedoed and sunk
three lurkish merchantmen.
The Belgian steamer Beduegnat and British steamers Gadsby.
Larchmere and Renfrew have been sunk by submarines.
Empty life-boats marked Craighead, Leith, have been towed to
Penzance. No word has been heard from the Craighead. She was
bound for Havre.
In West And East
The assaults of the German army under Crown Prince in Argonne
district have been checked and activity on the west is subsiding.
Reports from the eastern war arena indicate that General Mac
kensen is approaching Lublin, the Russians being unable to check the
Ofilcers Must Remain
Washington The names of twenty naval officers who applied
for retirement under the terms of the personal act of 1899 will not be
divulged by the navy department. The Secretary announce that the
privileges have been withheld.
Saturday, July 3
Explosion In Senate Chamber.
Washington The Senate wine of the canitol buildinc was badly
damaged last night by a terrific explosion of unknown origin.
Windows were blown out and partitions shattered. Furniture
The center of the explosion, as indicated by the damage done,
was' on the second floor in the neighborhood of the reception room.
Bombs are talked of. but until an expert examination is made
everything is mere speculation.
President Diaz Dead
Paris Porfirio Diaz, the greatest president Mexico ever had, is
Wilson Is Returning
Cornish President Wilson returns to Wasninuton next Saturday,
when, reports have it, a permanent Secretary of State will be appoint
ed to relieve Lansing, a pointed temporarily. It is stated that either
Palmer, of Pennsylvania, or Baldwin, of Connecticut, will get the post
Germans After Railroad
London The advancing Teuton army which is invading Russian
Poland northwest of Lemberg is pushing straight for the railway which
connects the chain ot the main Russian fortifications.
Sharp Protest From Japan
Peking The Japanese irritation at the stringent boycott declared
by Chinese against all Japanese goods, mercantle houses and banks
has grown so acute ati to find expression in a sharp note of protest by
Ghost Of The Titanic
New York Real Admiral Watt, chief of the construction depart
ment of the navy department, called as an expert witness, says that
the owners of the steamship Titanic are responsible for her inadequate
construction, which allowed her water-tight bulkheads to give way
and her holds toflood.
More About Becker Case
Lieutenant Becker's attorneys declare that their client was con
victed on perjured evidence in order to escape death sentence. Bridge
Webber says that Becker had absolutely nothing to do with the murder
Strike Bad Situation
Chicago The carpenter's strike here has paralyzed industry.
Naval Fight In Baltic
Stockholm A naval engagement of considerable magnitude was
fought yesterday between German and Russian squadrons off Goth
laud Island in the Baltic. The Russians drove one German ship ashore
a riddled wreck, with over a fifth of her crew dead or wounded. Two
German battleships returned to Kiel for repairs.
Honolulu A high official of the Treasury Department is expect
ed in Honolulu in relation to the Federal building site.
Munition Factory Workers
London Lord Curzon today introduced a new munitions bill in
Pirlianient, accompanied by a statement that as a result of the first
week's campaign 46,000 volunteer workers had been enlisted in the
Germans After Warsaw
British critics and army men believe that the Teutonic Allies will
not divert their troops from the east front to the west until Warsaw
has been captured,
The Austro-Geriiians have been cutting a road toward the Polish
capital. Their offense has been pressed unremittingly.
Activity In The West
Paris- In the west the Germans displayed their principal activity
today on the left wing. They are hammering hard in the Argonne
district, hoping to drive back the forces defending Verdun and to
bring their heavy guns to bear on the fortress.
French commanders claim that the attacks of the Germans have
Spain Is Very Restive
Petrograd Spain is having great difficulty in maintaining neutral
ity. Public meetings are prohibited, and discussions of neutrality and
war issues is barred.
Heavy Losses In June '
Official announcements made today are that submarine activity in
June cost the British a total of ninety-eight vessels of all classes and
Four Sunk Friday
The British steamers Inglemoor and Caucasian, schooner Welberg
and bark L. C. Tower were sunk by German submarines today.
Italian Progress Admitted
Slight progress by the Italians is admitted by the Italians.
A Zeppelin Explodes
Amsterdam -A Zeppelin was accidently destroyed by an explosion'
in Brussels, according to news received here.
Fighting In .Russia
Berlin On the east front the Germans have reached Krasnik
Russians have been repelled west of Zamore.
Friday, July 2.
May Restore Sugar Duty
Washington Treasury officials declare themselves satisfied that
the duty on sugar must be restored, as of March first last .there is
a deficit in the treasury. The balance is pmall and expenditures irreit-
er than last year, lhe restoration of the duty on sugar must be the
first step toward restoring the balance between the income and expen
ditures. Armenian Case Dropped
It being definitely settled that the steamer Armenian tried fo get
away from the German submarine after being halted, tlre will be no
crisis such as followed the sinking of the Lusitania. The catkin of
the Armenian admits that he tried to get away after being ordered to
German Public Obstinate
Berlin The German public, as its views are represented in the
German press, is not in favor of complete acquiescence on the part of
the German government with the demands made in the second Amer
ican note, but it is admitted that the reply goes far toward effecting a
British Destroyer Hurt
London The Admiralty announces damage to the torpedo boat
Lightning, belonging to the British fleet, by a German submarine off
the Irish coast.
Becker And Evelyn Again
New York Becker offered to tell the governor all about the in
side workings of New York gangsters in return for commutation of
sentence, but Whitman would not yield further than grant the re
prieve. Villa After Huerta
. Washington Villa wants Huerta extradicted in order that he
may be tried for murder.
Speculation On Campaigns
London Plans of the Austro-Germans seem to be a drive throuirh
Military leaders of Great Britain and France are uncertain wheth
er the Teutons are after Warsaw or intend to crush the Russian "who
have been harrasscd back to the fortress at Zanios. 4'
The Allies in the west apprehend an early diversion of Austrians
to Italian border and Germans to Flanders and France.
Booty Taken By Austrians
Vienna Booty captured by the Austrians during the month Yf
I une listed on the official bulletin consists of 93 cannon, 364 machine
guns, 78 ammunition caisons and one hundred military carts.