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American Suspect Released
London Charles Prav, of Mint, Michigan, arrived here today
from a German detention camp where he had been held from the be
ginning of the war to May first, in spite of his passport. He had been
taken for an Englishman.
Portland Theodore Roosevelt addressed an audience here last
night and inferentially poured some hot shot into the canm of William
lennings Bryan. Ke says he is nol 'ready to talk, but when he is it
will not be for the pleasures of sapheads and mollycoddlers.
Honolulu Witnesses testify that at the time of the fatal accident
at Lahaina, the boat's crew was under the influence of liquor.
An effort to secure the pardon, of Armstrong, convicted of steal
ing bonds of the Loyal Order of Moose, is opposed by Secretary Thay
er and Judge Ashford.
Italian Cruiser Torpedoed
Vienna The Italian cruiser Guiseppc Garibaldi was torpedoed bv
a submarine and sunk in fifteen minutes. Fate of her crew is unknown,
Japanese Not Suicides
Tokio The report sent out sometime ago that two Japanese offi
cers with the Russian army in Galicia had committed suicide is offici
Marye Has Not Resigned
Pctrograd United Stales Ambassador Marye denies the report
that he has resigned.
Bryan Disappointed Them
Sun Francisco Bryan did not airive in time to deliver his nntch
heralded address before the Pacific Conference of Asiatic Institute.
The Fighting In Europe
New York Belated despatches from the European battle zones
today tell of fighting along the entire eastern and most" of the western
The Teutons have concentrated vast forces for a tremendous at
tack along a hundred mile front between the Vistula and Bug rivers.
The Germans are putting severe pressuie on what critics consider
to be the best army ever mustered by Russia.
German attacks on positions of the Allies in the west have been
America's Note To Cermany
Washington President Wilson and Secretary Lansing today" dis
cussed che draft of their note to Germany.
They have agreed that the note must be of a direct and explicit
character. It will be stated that America cannot remain passive -in
case another attack is made on an unarmed shio.
Samuel Gompers, Labor Union leader, is attempting to settle the
strike in the Remington Arms Co. Some men 'walked out, demand
ing an increase of pay.
The Remington Company is filling large orders for the British
and French governments.
It is expected that the government will also exert its influence to
bring about an early agreement.
Gompers says he knows foreign interests, wejl supplied with
money, have sought to bring on labor tioubles and prevent the ship
ment of American products to Europe.
Efforts, he says, have been made to cause "strikes among long
shoremen and then seamen.
. Villa Is Badly Beaten
The disastrous defeat of Villa forces at several places in Me'xico is
confirmed bv official despatches received here, the Constitutionalists
being generally triumphant in the fighting.
Monday, July 1 9.
Honolulu Dr. N. B. Emerson is dead at San Francisco from
apoplexy. He was stricken 011 a steamer returning from Alaska
Ultimatum To Roumania
london An ultimatum from the Teutonic allies to Roumania is
expected at any moment.
Large bodies of Austro-German troops are marching on the Rou
manian frontier to make it plain that prompt and forcible measures
will follow ultimatum, unless the terms of same have been complied
Shortage of ammunition in the Turkish army, and the refusal ol
Roumania to permit supplies from the Teutonic allies passing through
her territory to the Turks, is behind the ultimatum.
Submarine Sunk By Airship
Rome The Austrian submarine U-ll.'it is announced officially,
has been sunk by a French aviator. This is the second time in his
tory that a submarine has been sunk by an aeroplane.
Fighting On Gallipoli
lvOiidon Anotlier determined assault by the Allies on the whole
ot tne iurki.sii trout on Uallipoh peninsula is under way
Frank Has Fighting Chance
Milledgeville, Ga Leo Frank, the fnmous convict, has a fieht
H.s wmnLwui iiu un, 1 iic governor win mane tnorougli investiga
tion 10 ascertain wncmer tne assault on Frank, was the result of a con
spiracy on tlie outside. Green, the convict assailant, says he had
The President's Answer
Washington President Wilson has completed the first draft of hi
reply to Germany and will submit it to the Cabinet in session for com
parison witli those by Lansing and others.
Situation Is Serious
The prediction is openly made by persons in well nosted mint-tor
that if an act similar to that of the attack on the Ordtina is reported,
war will be declared,
The Russian Battle Front
London The Russian battle front now stretches in a huge cres
cent one thousand miles from tip to tip, from the Baltic to Bessarabia,
along the whole of which the Germans are delivering a series of vio-
lent assaults on chosen positions. The movement to envelope Warsaw
seems to be making headway in spite of desperate Russian resistence
and fighting of the most desperate and sanguinary character.
Count von Beulow has secured a foothold on the east bank of the
Windau river, the remainder" of his army now crossing on pontoons in
central Poland, west of the Vistula. The Russians still hold Afrine,
Austrian territory behind the Dneister.
Von Linsencen has his hands full. Russian defensive there has
been effective and at times has' forced tlie. attackers to give ground.
Sunday, July 18
Honolulu Duke Kaliannniokti won the hundred yards race at
San Francisco in fifty-four, two-fiftjis.
Chicago team won the relay and the meet. ,
Torpedo Sunk Lusitania
London The court of inquiry in the case of the sinking of tlie
Lusitania has found that torpedoes fired by a German submarine sank
the liner. No blame is attached to the-officers of the ship. '
Sickness Raging In Galicia
Zurich Smallpox and cholera are raging throughout Galicia, with
the disorganized government unable to deal with the situation.
An Island "Hard Up"
Washington The natives of the island ot Rota, near Guam,
on the verge of starvation following a series of hurricanes.
Socialists And Food Prices
Berlin The Socialists demand that the government step- in
regulate prices of food for the people so they may be protected
allowed to livo.
Frank Slashed By Convict
Milledgeville, Ga. A fellow convict at the prison farm secured a
knife and without warning clashed the throat of Leo Frank, under
sentence for murder. It is not thought that Frank will survive.
An Awful Threat This
Berne It is believed here that the German government will issue
an order prohibiting the export of German beer.
War News Scarce
London There was no news from any source last night regarding
the progress of the war north of Warsaw and of tlie German advance
It is known that von Mackensen and von Hindenberg haVe the
bulk of German strength on the eastern fronts co-operating in the
grand assault upon the Warsaw lines, but nothing is known of the de
tails qf happenings.
Lloyd George Confident
Lloyd George told a delegation of women who offered their ser
vices to the empire yesterday that victory for the Allies is an absolute
The Strike In Wales
( The Welsh miners still defy the orders of the government
have not returned to work. A compromise is not expected.
Honolulu General Carter, U. S. A., aroused by a burglar in
house, held him until the police arrived.
Yuan Would Be A King
Tokfo According to responsible correspondence from Peking.Pres-
ident Yuan Shih Kui, of China; is planning a new emp're with him
self as Emperor.
A Greek Official Resigns
Athens Christian Zaraphos, foreign minister, has resigned, pre
sumably the result of the recent election in which- the war partv, of
which foimer Minister Venizelos was a recognized leader, was success
Strike Solution Postponed
Attempt to reach a settlement of the strikes at Neath and other
regions and induce the Welsh miners to go back to work immediately,
have been postponed tor the ptesent.
French Losses Are Heavy m f
Berlin The French losses' in the battling at Arras totals 74,800
Villa At Torreon
Torreon Villa is preparing an aggressive campaign from this
city. Saloons are closed. Railroad and machine sliops are being in
stalled and the reopening of the coal mines is planned.
Will Explain About Board "
Washington Secretary Daniels will issue a statement concerning
the new. Advisory Board of civilian engineers, which will be headed
by Thomas A, Edison.
Guthrie Will Return
San Francisco Ambassador Guthrie, the American minister to
Tokio, who has been spending a vacation here, will sail for Japan late
in August. f
Italians Capture Passes
Rome Venerodolol and Brizo passes on the Trentino front have
been captured by the Italians.
The Old Sore Reopened
New York With 227 passengers, including 21 Americans, the
steamer Ordtina, 15,000 tons, was attacked without warning at 6 o'
clock on the morning of July 29 when the vessel was sixteen hours
from Liverpool, bound for the United States. The torpedo' missed the
stern of the vessel by ten yards. The Orduna was then pursued by
the submarine, but escaped.
' Attack Taken Seriously
Washington The attack o 1 the Orduna upsets any of the hopes
held here that Germany, while not explicitly agreeing to American
diplomatic demands, had intended to reform her submarine practice
so as to safeguard the lives of Americans. Secretary Lansing's opinion
that the outcome would be satisfactory was expressed only yesterday.
Greatest Movement Of All
London With all the Germans' smashing attacks against the
Russians in the eastern war aiena, the greatest is yet to come. A new
German offensive against Riga is on the largest scale ever attempted
in the east.
Russians Holding Well
Petrograd Russian official reports during the last two days make
the claim that the Russians are holding well north of Warsaw, in
spite of heavy German attacks.
Geneva Unofficial reports are that Austrian forces wlijch crossed
the Dneister and attempted to pursue the Russians have been routed
and are being forced to retreat 111 turn.
Saturday, July I 7
Sugar, 4.86. .
Honolulu Witnesses at hearing of Utilities Commission declare
that the landing at Lahaina is treacherous.
Mrs. Jack Spreckels, divoicee, attempted
ashore, but was overtaken at the beach and the
Duke Wins Races
San Francisco Duke Kahananioku won the fifty and two twenty
Frances Cowells won the hundred yards tor women 111 sixteen,
Invention To Be Purchased
Washington Secretary Garrison will recommend to Congress that
the government purchase the invention of young Hammond, whereby
a launched torpedo may be guided bv wireless, as well as other coast
defense measures which the invention will be able to carry out by
Roumania Shows Her Teeth
Copenhagen Relations between Roumania and the Teutonic Al
lies are now strained to the breaking point.
Roumania has responded to the German demand that the trans
f nmmmiitimi for Turkev be not interfered with n flat de
nial' of the demand; and. further, that any shipment of munitions
across Roumanian territory is prohibited. ( ni-1
Case Of International Law H
Washincton The United States, through the State Department,
has notified the British government that America takes the position
firmly that the rights of those Americans interested in the various cases
before the British prize court rest in international law and nol n
what orders in counc'1 may be promulgated bv the British government
or any municipal law in effect in Great Britain only.
'Floods In Ohio
Columbus Ten days of incessant rains have flooded a part
Ohio and four persons are known to have been drowned.'
Affairs In Mexico
Washington The department from Carranza's headquarters
Vera Cruz reports the heavv defeat of Zapata by tlie commander
the forces in Mexico City.
There have been no formarrepresentations as yet seeking the re
cognition of the new Mexican government by the United 'States.
Machinists Threaten Strike
Brid'epoit Machinists in the Union Metallic Arms Company
threaten to strike unless their demand for increase of wages is complied
with. It is believed that the move is the work of German agitators in
Germans Hard After Slavs
London The Teutons in the east are giving the Russians no time
for cither rest or reorganization for the defense of Warsaw, and one ofy
the greatest offensive movements in the war appears to be under way
for the capture of the Polish capital and driving the Russians across
the Bug river.
The French arc keeping up terrific assaults" to win positions at
The offensive against the German lines before Lens, north of Ar
ras, develops with increasing fierceness 011 both sides. r '
Progress is being made by the Aljies. but it is tadious, immetRe
bodies of men being hurled against each other. "
The purpose of the Teutons is now plainly to save their lines.
Honolulu Letters from Washington state that there is a growing
demand among Congressmen for a tariff on sugar.
Tokio Throughout southern Kiushu earthquakes are occurring
every half hour. Earth cracked, grass and trees withered. Tourists
v Japanese Pressmen Invited
San Francisco The Press Association voted to invite ten leading
newspaper men of Japan to visit the Exposition.
Thaw Given Liberty
New York Harry Thaw has been freed by Judge Hendrick, but
on heavy bonds pending possible appeal of the prosecution. He was
cheered by crowds as he walked up Broadway. '
S TO HAVE
The E. A. Knudsens, of Keka
ha, will have a house party of Ho
nolulu young people in August
A .society note in one of the Hono
lulu papers has the following re
A number of the younger set
nave been invited to a house party
to be given by Mr. and Mrs, Eric
Knudsen at their home on Kauai
from the 4th to the Mth of August.
By those "'ho w1 ere fortunate
enough to be invited, this is'being
looked forward to as the event of
uexth month. The party will leave
on the 3rd of the month in the W.
G. Hall and will return in the
same boat on the 15th, giving them
ten days at the beautiful residence.
Last summer a returning house
party came home very much dis
figured with "Mokihana stains,"
which was supposed to last for
months. However, that was last
summer, and tins crowd will no
doubt be prepared with gloves
Some who are invited are: Miss
Bud Carter, Miss Phoebe Carter,
Miss Pegy Center, Miss Harriet
Hatch, Miss Nora Swanzy. Miss
Rosamond Swanzy, Miss Betty
Case, Miss Lila McDonald, Messrs
Tack Gait, Carter Gait, Albert
Homer. Bert Clerk, Bob White,
Lieut. Eugene Fales, Lieut. Kelly
and Mrs Reginald Bloonifield-
to bring a pet dog
animal taken away
A bunch of six Korean gamblers,
were rounded up by the Waimfs
police Saturday night at Camp V
They all entered pleas of guilty in
the courtnhere yesterday and were
assessed fines of $5 each.
Sunday night six Japanese were
arrested in Waimea on the' same
charge. The keeper of the house
forfeitted bail yesterday in the sum
of S25 and the others Si 5 each.
A Filipino and his wife were at-
rested in Camp 10 for beating up
another Filipino. In the Waimea
court yesterday they entered pleas
of guilty. The man was fined $3
and the woman $2 both with costs.
The principal witness in a Fili
pino case at Koloa has died under
circumstances which leads the
authorities to suspect he may have
been poisoned. Contents of the
man's stomach have been sent to
Honolulu for examination.
The following preachers of Ku
uai are attending the big church
convention i 11 Honolulu, which
will likely adjourn today:
Rev.J.M. Lvdgate, Lihue; Rev.R.
Puuki, Kealia; Rev. S. K. Kauli
li, Koloa; Rev. J. A. Akina. Wai
mea; Rev. D. P. Mahilila, ex-H;w
nalei: Rev, Jose Alba, Koloa; liv
C. Hon Fo, Waitne; Lo Yet Foo,
Hanapepe; K. Okamoto, Lihue;
Rev. T. Oho. Hanapepe; Rev. K.
Shiraishi, Waimea and T. Kuboki,
J. P. Cooke and C. R. Hemen
way, of Alexander it Baldwin,
Ltd., visited Makaweli and Mc
Brydc sugar estates at the weekend.
As near as could be ascertained
at Honolulu yesterday, the follow
ing will arrive on Kauai in the Ki
nau tomorrow morning:
Dr. Will, H. Fry, T. M. Lvd
gate, Miss Alice Dyson, Miss Em
ma C. Wagner. A. Englehard.
Mrs. S. Kudo, Father Herman,
Father Celestine, J. B. Pont, Dr.
Damon, Miss Ethel Glade, A.
Haneberg, S. Robinson, Miss J.
Johnson. Miss MartrarL-t Slni'frpt
HI. W. Kinnev. Henrv A fniw
wife and three children, Miss m!
A nolle prosequi was entered in
Circuit Court in the case of Sim
eon David, assault and battery, be
ing an appeal from the Hanalei
W. A. Coney, son of Hon- , J.
II. Coney, ai rived in the Kiuau
Mrs. Dr. C. B. Cooper and Ml.
A. M. Brown, with their children,
of Honolulu, have been visiting
the Knudsens at Kekaha.
MissiBlanche Wishard of Lihue,
is home from Punahou to spend