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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1515.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from pajje 1
' To Have Fast Craiseri
Washington President Wilson, Secretary Daniels and Chairman
- u.c tiuuac conumitee on navai anairs, at a eonterenee to
day decided to include fas battle cruisers in the plan for naval devel
opment. Restore Sugar Doty
Honolulu According to a despatch published in Los Angeles,
President Wilson will revise the tariff upward at the coming session of
Congress, restoring the duty on sugar and also the duty on raw wool.
Wculd Honor Riley
Washington Secretary Lane suggests that poems hv James Whit
comb Riley be read in all schools in America on October 7. the birth
day of the famous poet.
A Fugitive Is Caught
Los Angeles Mathew Schimdt, who was run down after a long
chase, was put on trial loday, charged with complicity in the Los
Angeles Times explosion case of some vcars ago. Coplan, who is a
co-defendant, will be given seoarate trial.
British Monitors Damaged
, Berlin Two British monitors have been damaged off Depaunne
by German aviators.
' The Loan Is Raised
.... Ncw Yo"k J- P. Morgan & Co., heading the big loan for the
Allies announced today that no subscriptions will be received after
w this date, It is believed that the loan has been successfully nego
tiated. John D. Rockefeller is repotted to have taken $10,000,000 of the
On The West Front
Paris The Allies continue to make progress in battles north of
Arras. Fighting at Nouron Gueuneyiers is iiow violent between trench
es, each side trying to win the trenches of the other,
behind the German lines in front of Metz a squadron of Allied
airmen are operating, according to announcements today. .
Bulgaria Army Concentrating
The concentration of the Bulgarian army in readiness for an out
break of war has begun. According to an Athens despatch to the
Havas News Agency, a total of 350,000 soldiers are gathering at
Greece No Longer Doubtful
Athens All doubt that Greece will enter the war on the side of
the Allies was dispelled today by two significent circumstances, the
principal one being that the French have landed troops at Salonica for
the purpose of assisting Greece in repelling an invasion by Bulgaria.
Recent war moves in Bulgaria are interrupted to imperil Grecian
interests. Secondly, the Grecian government has seized Macedonian
railroads, three of which lead to Bulgaria.
Monday, Odtober 3
Washington The German reply to the American note in regard
to tlje sinking of the Arabic was delivered bv Count von Beinstorff
Saturday, and brought disappointment to the administration, it was
The note fails to meet the issue and falls far short of satisfying
the-detnmds made bv the United States.
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FRANK L. POLK, PICKED TO TAKE PLACE VACATED BY
ROBERT LANSING WHEN HE BECAME SECRETARY
Frank L, Polk, an accomplished lawyer who stands high in the
esteem of President Wilson. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo and
Scretary of State Lansing, has been picked by the last named to fill
the position of Counselor of the State Department.
Mr. Polk is at present the Corporation Counsel of his rative city,
New York. He u the son of Dr. William Macklenburg Polk, dean of
the Cornell Medical School, the grandson of the Confederate Bishop
General Leonidas Polk and the grandnephew of President James K.
Polk. He was born in 1871 and was graduated from Yale in 1894.
He studied law at Columbia Law School and was graduated from there
in 1897. In 1898 he went to the Spanish War with Troop A and be
came Assistant Quartermaster under Gen. Ernst with the rank of Cap
tain. In 1908 he married Miss Elizabeth Potter, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Potter, of Philadelphia. They have three children.
Mr. Polk was treasurer of the bureau of Municipal Research dur"
ing the Mayor McClelland's administration and a member of the
Thomas Mott Osborne Democratic League in the early davs of the
Dix campaign. In January, 114, he was appointed Corporation
Counsel of New York by Mayor Mitchel, his close friend. He was
riding with Mayor Mitchel last year when a grievance-crazed man
fhot at the Mavor. The bullet missed its mark and struck Mr. Polk
in the left cheek.
Texan At Port Allen
The freighter Texan arrived at
Port Allen yesterday morning,
bringing 200 tons of freight for
merchants i n the locality. She
sailed last night for Kahului, tak
ing 7,500 cases of pineapples. No
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