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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1913,
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
JAMES F.J. ARCHIBALD WHO CARRIED SECRET MESSAGES
FROM DR. DUMBA ACROSS WAR LINES TO THE VIENNA
BUREAU, RESULTING IN THE RECALL OF AUSTRIAN
AMBASSADOR TO U. S.
James F. J. Archibald, the American who was arrested bv the
British authorities. In his possession were found secret state messages
from Dr. Dumba addressed to the Vienna Bureau. Archibald protest
ed his ignorance as to the contents of the letters which he carried.
Archibald'resembles in appeanance A. P. Taylor, secretary of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee.
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DR. CONSTANTIN T. DUMBA.
The Austrian ambassador to the United States leaving the State
Department in Washington, September 7th, after his couftrence with
Secretary of State Lansing,
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WILLIAM M. JOHNSTON. NEW NATIONAL TENNIS
The nineteen vear old wonder from California, who beat the
past muster of the game. Maurice McLoughlin, in the matches recent
ly held at Forest Hills. L. I.
MEOKM PHOTO HHVICi.
SERVIAN MONUMENT ERECTED AT BELGRADE IN HONOR
OF THE DAY OF DECLARATION OF WAR.
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J. P. MORGAN (left) AND LORD READING, (right) HEAD
OF COMMISSION, TAKEN ON BOARD THE LAPLAND.
Six representatives of England and France are in this country on
what is believed to be the most important and comprehensive financial
mission ever attempted. They arrived at New York. September 10th.
aboard the White Star liner Lapland. Mr. J. P Morgan as financial
agent of the British government, is acting as host to the commission
ers. It is known that financial problems of almost unprecedented
character will be discussed. The commission is headed by Lord Read
ing (Sir Rufus Isaacs), Lord Chief Justice of Great Britain, He is the
most distinguished Jew in the British Empire and today holds the
highest public office ever held bv any member of his race. The other
English members are: Sir Edward Hopkinson Holden, managing
director of the London City and Midland Bank; Sir Henry Babbing
Smith, former head of the Bank of Turkey and Basil B Blackett, an
expert of the Treasury. The French members are Octave Homberg.
of the foreign Office, and Ernest Mallet, regent of the Bank of France.
COPYRIGHT UNDERWOOD A UNDCftWOOO, M. .
KITCHENER AND JOFFRE IN TRENCH.
The British War Minister recently made a tour of inspection e
the Allies lines in France.' He was sccompanied by the French Com
mander-in chit-f r.nd the French Minister of War. The picture shows
Lord KitclieitT (the furthest away from the camera) looking at the
German trenches through a field glass. General Joffre (wearing braid
ed military, cap) is in the foreground with his back to the camera.