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6 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915
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In The Famous Sentimental Comedy
The Bachelor's Romance
Produced and Copyrighted 1915 by the
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Tokio Count Okuma is conferring with the Mikado today regard
ing the formation of a new Cabinet to take the place of the one which
has resigned in a body,
Russians Fleeing From Warsaw
Vienna The Russian armies are unable to hold against the Ger
mans and aie evacuating Warsaw. Aviators report the Russians in
full retreat. Communication between their front and rear is in grave
danger of being cut off.
London Says Plight Serious
London Military authorities are doubtful whether Nicolavitch
can extricate the main body of Russian troops from a perilous position.
The Teutons are closing in on the city and in some places are ex
tending their lines.
The problem of taking the huge armies of Russian soldiery back
through a country threatened on both sides by a triumphant enemy is
difficult to solve.
Leland Liner Is Sunk
The Leland liner Iberian has been sunk by a German torpedo boat
which first ordered the steamer to halt. Seven of the crew killed, one
of whom was an American. (The Iberian flew the British flag, although
sue was prouamy owneu by tlic American syndicate formed by the
late J. V. Morgan some years ago. Ed, Gard Isl.)
Haitians 'Killed In Riot
Washington Admiral Caperton has reported to the navy depart
nient at wasmngton mat six Haitians were killed when American
marines were torceu to occupy tlie town of Port An Prince to quell
Further revolutions are predicted.
The U. S. S. Solace is being sent with sunnlies for tlm fWf
being anticipated that an extended occupation of the country by Amer
ican marines may ue lounu necessary.
Officers To Private Works
The resignations of Major Hawkins and Captain Wilhelm, both
of the Ordnance Department, have been submitted in order that they
may accept positions with ordnance manufacturing concerns.
Disorders In Mexico City
Mexico City Further outrages on American citizens have taken
place. A man named Hudson and his family are being held prisoners.
It was a Zapata soldier who destroyed the diplomatic despatches
being carried by voung Wallory.
The Brazilian minister has been flouted by lawless people.
The food situation grows more desperate,
Stanley Changes His Base
Honolulu W. L. Stanley has resigned from the law firm
Holmes, Stanley & Olsen and will become a partner with A.
Governorship Rumor Denied
A report that the Administration contemplates the removal
Governor Pinkham is denied by Washington.
1. Wesley Thompson, assistant U. S. Attorney, declares that the
argument of Ozawa for admission to American citizenship is a threat
against the United States, and that he is unfit to become a citizen.
The Y. W. C. A. has raised $35,000 with which to purchase the
Elks building (the old Y. M. C. A. building) at Hotel and Alakea
Saturday, July 31
For Peace In Mexico
Washington Definite steps are to be taken here for the restora
tion of peace in Mexico immediately after the return of the President
from his vacation next week. It is believed that the worst of Mexico's
problems are on the way to a quick settlement.
Great Battle To Come
London Experts figure that when Germany has taken up a defin
ite position in Poland, German armies will be hurled against the Allies
in France, when will come the decisive battle which will settle the
campaign on the western front and perhaps the entire war.
Bad Weather In South
Bad weather is interfering 'with the Italian campaign against Aus
tria and the armies are practically resting on their arms. The news
from Geneva is that the Austrians made a desperate attempt to regain
lost ground, continuing their attacks until they had lost 12.000 men.
Fight At Plagosa
Austrian squadron of destroyers attempted to displace the Italians
who had seized the island -of Plagosa, having the aid of shore batteries.
Italian cruisers drove them off.
More Ships Are Sunk
A Norwegian steamer (name not available) was sunk by 'a sub
marine, rue Belgian steamer truice struck a mine ana was sunk.
derman fnsoners hxecuted
Two German prisoners convicted in the courts were executed in
the tower of London yesterday.
Negro Burned -At Stake
Temple, Texas Texas has to her shame the lynching of another
negro. The man, accused of murder, was taken from the jail by
force, tied to a stake and burned to death.
Two Americans Killed
Washington In putting down the revolution in Haiti, two mem
bers of the crew of the cruiser Washington were killed before the
marines drove the snipers off.
Fraud Artists Are Convicted
Los Angeles President Elder and two of his associates in the Los
Angeles Investment Co. have been convicted ot the charge of using
the U. S. Mails to defraud.
Evacuation Of Warsaw
London t To save army from possible capture, Russia faces the
problem of evacuting Warsaw and the surrounding country. They
have stripped the Polish capital of everything of value and devastated
the district which they contemplate abandoning to the Germans.
Pope Appeals For Peace
Rome The Pope again appeals for peace in Europe and invites
friends of peace to unite terminate the war.
. Okuma To Form Cabinet
Tokio Count Okuma will probably be entrusted with the duty of
forming a new cabinet.
Food Riots Put Down
Chihuahua, Mexico Food riots in this city were 'quelled by the
guards, which dispersed mob around the Palace.
Villa Forces Defeated)
Galveston General Obregon reports defeat of Villa forces
Water Main Dynamited
Bellingham A big water main supplying the town of Blaine on
the border between Washington and British Columbia has been dyna
mited as a result of agitation against Japanese labor. The town is now
Warsaw Ready To Surrender
London Warsaw is within the grasp of the Germans.
The Kaiser is himself within a short distance of the battle-front,
ready to make a triumphal entry into the Polish capital.
The goal seems certain. The city is in throes of military abandon
ment. The Russians are streaming away in a seemingly endless proces
sion. German aviators are hovering over the outer fortifications presag
ing the coming of overwhelming German forces.
, Official German Report
German Army headquarters, July 30 Vesterday General Macken
sen's army reached the railroad along the east line, Birskiv Biskupice.
The German's broke through the line wesfof the Wieprz and in
the battle which ensued took many thousands of prisoners, three can
non and much material.
On Tha West Frout
The Russian front between the Vistula and Bug rivers is waver
ing today, ,
French attacks in the Prieste forest failed.
The French made an. attack in the Vosges, which continues.
Foreigners Inciting Strikes
Washington That agents of foreign governments are inciting
labor troubles in the United States in the hope of stopping the ship
ment of war supplies is indicated today by Samuel Gompers, whojfflT
sists that foreigners incited the strikes that hampered the business of
the Remington Arms Co.
British Officers In Battle
London In the last fortnight one hundred and ninety-hve offi
cers have'been killed, four hundred and seven wounded and forty-six
A Farmer's Hard Luck "
Temple, Texas A farmer living near here, his wife and three
children were found beaten to death with a hammer.
Chicago Baseballers Coming
Chicago The University of Chicago baseball team leaves Wed
nesday next for Hawaii and the Orient. Games will be played at Ho
nolulu. Last Tribute To Wife
Sing Sing Lieutenant Becker, who was electrocuted this morn
ing, died with a photo of his wife pinned to his shirt, declaring her
to be the purest and noblest woman that ever lived.
Friday, July 30.
Becker Is Electrocuted
Sing Sing Prison Charles Becker, the New York police' lieute
nant whose case had gained world-wide notoriety, died in the electric
chair at 5:45 this morning, protesting his innocence. His wife madW
a final appeal to the governor yesterday afternoon, but without ava
P v 1 rt W'
tnure taoinei Resigns s
Tokio On advice of the Elder Statesmen, the entire Japanese
cabinet resigned today. The election frauds caused the overturn.
More Money For France
Paris The House of Deputies raised the limit of the issue of
bonds being sold to furnish funds for the prosecution of the war to
one billion, four hundred million dollars.