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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
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complicity in a plot to destroy a number of plants engaged in the
manufacture of munitions to be delivered to the Allies;
Turks Are Beaten Back
London The Turks on Gallipoli peninsula, led by German offi
cers, were beaten back in two engagements with the British yesterday.
Officer Sold Opium
San Francisco Quartermaster Winters, of the steamship Siberia.
was arrested yesterday on a cable from Honolulu for smuggling ashore
and selling $10,000 opium.
A Suspicious Explosion
New York An explosion took place in the British freighter
Craigstead yesterday. It is supposed to have been caused by work of
Another Opium Smuggler
.Bellingham, Wash. M. Sharrin, conducting a clothing store-here,
was arrested yesterday for smuggling opium from Canada, He had
$40,000 of the drug cached in a building.
Special Session Likely
Washington There may be an early special session of Congress
to take up the matter of the defenses of the country. It is said that
fifty submarines of the new, improved type, will be recommended.
The President will ask for two hundred and fifty million for
improvements in the army and a like amount for the navy.
Editors Argue That Note
Berlin The text of the American note to Germany, published
yesterday, has created a sharp discussion among editors of newspapers.
British Press Is Pleased
London The British Press is pleased with the expressions in the
note of President Wilson to Germany.
Situation At Warsaw
The Russians have defeated the Germans south of Warsaw, but
the capital itself is almost in the hands of the invaders.
Germany Claims Victories
Berlin claims a decisive victory in Poland. It is claimed that von
Buelow has shattered the Russian army and has cut off the retreat of
scattered regiments, while those along the-Riga line have been beaten.
Awful Steamer Catastrophe
Chicago A most terrible steamer disaster occurred here today,
when an excursion steamer with more than 2.500 merry-makers aboard
turned turtle at her dock in the Chicago river.
The excursion was unde up of cmplojees of the' Western Electric
Company, on their way to Michigan City to spend the week-end. The
steamer Eastland, which carried the excursion, was literallv jammed
The captain and mate have been arrested and are being held pend
ing the fixing of responsibility for the tragedy,
When the crowds about Chicago heard of the captain's arrest,'
violence was threatened, the sentiment against him being sq strong.
As soon as the boat overturned, Chicago's rescue force set to work
to cut the bodies out of the hold. Most of the victims were women.
Early this aftermoon the estimate of the relief workers is that
1,500 have died. Hundreds of bodies are being lecovered.
Activity On Seaman's Law
Honolulu Indications are that the new Seamen' Law may be
suspended, me Honolulu Chamber ot Commerce will likely tnk-e up
the matter at its August meeting. A national referendum on the Act
is called for.
Reports From Italy
Milan Trawlers arriving here state that the Italians have' taken
the important city of Gori.ia.
For some days past the-Austrians have denied reports of Italian
Situation At Warsaw
London The German pressure against the Russian lines at War
saw continues today.
Except for the point directlv east of the Polish capital, "the Rus
sians seem to have checked the enemy.
German official bulletins claim that the defenses of Warsaw are
The invasion of Courland to the north, with General von Ilin
denberg's army leading, is admittedly progressing.
Silent Tor Once j
San Francisco Colonel Roosevelt, now visiting in San Francisco,
today refused to comment on the latest note of America to Germany.!
Funslon To The Fore !
San Antonio General Frederick Funstoii, in command of United '
Stales-troops on the Mexican border, has taken vigorous steps to safe
guard Americans living on the American side. He has ordered the
patrols to repel any firing across American soil.
Orders Are Drastic
Washington The text of the orders issued by General Funston,
as received here, are the most drastic given in the history of the bor
der troubles since the days of the Madero revolution.
Saturday, July 24
For Military Strength
Washington The President advices Congress to widen the scope
of 'the military. He wants all American citizens trained for the
national defense in case of necessity '
Confidential reports from the army and navv have been called for.
The program in brief is to bring the army up to the highest de
gree of efficiency and make the United States fleet the strongest for its
size in the world.
Teutons Report Successes
London The Teuton Allies are making big gains in their fierce
drive through Poland, both Austria and Germany reporting successes
in their giant combined offensive against the Russian front.
Furious fighting is taking place in the neighborhood of Warsaw.
Anxious About Mexico City
WashiiiTton No word has come from Mexico City for five days.
Telegraph communication has been cut off.
Much uneasiness is felt as to the fate of American citizens in the
Becker Has A Chance
New York The State supreme court issued an order today re
quiring the State to show, cause why Becker, former police lieutenant
charged with the murder of Rosenthal, the gambler, should not have
a new trial because of new evidence discovered.
Becker is now under death sentence.
Orduna Case Inquired About
Washington The United States government has decided to ask
Germany to explain the attack upon the steamship Orduna.
The Orduna was attacked on July 9 by a submarine when 'sixteen
hours out ot Liverpool. The torpedo just missed the vessel. Lattli?iie'r
Orduna came up and shelled the vessel. Twenty-one of the passefeerV- -aboard
the ship were Americans. "
Minister Sullivan Resigns
James M. Sullivan, United States minister to Santo Domingo, has
resigned and his resignation has been accepted.
Sullivan has been under a charge of incompetence and affiliation
with commercial interests seeking to exploit the Dominican Republic.
Rioting At Oil Refinery
New York Fresh noting broke out yesterday afternoon in there
finery of the Standard Oil Company at Bavonne. Fifty deputy sheriffs
of Hudson County were attacked bv the mob,
Honolulu Abuses charged by certain Japanese against the Inter
Island S. N. Company have not been sustained. The Public Utilities
Commission held a night session last night on the subject. The hear
ing broke up in general hand-shaking.
England's Big Scheme
London In order to declare cotton an absolute contraitfiand of
war, without friction with the United States, the Loudon Times ad
vocates England buying the entire hundred and fifty million dollars
worth of cotton in America.
London Today's despatches indicate that the greatest battle of
the war is now in progress on the cast front, with the conflict reach
ing a series of separate climaxes along an extended line reaching from
the Baltic sea oji the north to the Galician frontier on the south.
Reports shows that the Russians arc still holding the fortresses at
Ivangorod and at Novogeogievsk. The fighting at Warsaw is intense.
.The Germans. claim that the Russian line is being bent under their
fierce hammering. ' i
All accounts agree that the issue is still undecided. J
The railway line between Lublin and Cholm is the crux of the im
mense battle. """"
Despatches from neutral capitals state that the Russians are re
ceding. Berlin considers a German victory at Lublin onlv a question of
Suspect Arrested In Samoa
'Pago Pago A man giving the name of Horner and representing
himself as an agent of John Rothschild, of San Francisco, seeking
copra, was arrested at Apia June 18 bv the British authorities as a sus
pected spy. He stated that he is a German-American.
Probably Half True
San Francisco John Rothschild, of this city, stated todav that a
man named C. E. Horner, or Homer, last Mav asked to.make' a report
on conditions in Samoa, as he was going there. Rothschild told him
that he would be glad to receive the information, He stated that Hor
ner is not a member of his firm
Invasion Of Africa
Rome -A report Ins reached here that an expeditionary force of
Turks and Germans has landed at Tripoli, north Africa, to launch a
campaign against the Italian garrison there.
British Steamer Sunk
Berlin The British steamer Theresa has been sunk by a Turkish
mine ai auez, according to tlie Overseas News Agency.
The Associated Press says the Theresa cannot be i
available shipping records.
French Submarine Missing
T MM. T- t .
laris inc I'rencn submarine Joule has been missing since 'April
"i kiii: is cunsiuereu lost.
Auslrians Contradict Italians
Vienna Official announcements today, contradict the claim of
Italy that the Italians won further victories on both fronts. Vfc
Germans Seize Ship ,
Berlin The ship Dunsyre has been seized by the Germans and
taken to Swinaintiude.