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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 191.5
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Monday, Oclober 25
New York What is believed to be a bigger plot than that in which
Eric Muenther claimed to be a party to was unearthed when secret ser
vice men arrested Robert Pay, said to be a lieutenant of the German
navv. When taken into custody he had five mines, with wire attach
ments to hold them to sterns of vessels. The mines were made of
dynamite and marine experts sav they were built to explode by the
starting ofships. Other arrests, are expected to follow.
Yon Hindenberg In Danger
Loudon Yon Hindenberg's position in the vicinity of Riga con
tinues to be perilous. Reinforcements continue to strengthen the
Russian offensive, but so far the Germans have succeeded in frustrat
ing attempts to hurl the Teutons back or to flank them.
The reverse of the situation at both Riga and Dvinsk, where the
German offensive haj been halted by counter offensive movements of
leinforced Russians, has caused surprise here.
Berlin Hears Otherwise y
Berlin Successes in the region of Dvinsk and on the east front
has resulted in the capture of eighteen officers and 3,000 Russians.
Murder Story Exploded
Chicago Franklin Yooi hies, the broker, whose murder was re
ported a few days ago, was killed for the diamond he wore, The tale
that he was murdered by German sympathizes has been thoroughly
disproved by the authorities.
Von Buelow Is Sick
Berlin Pormer Chancellor von Buelow is ill.
Thousand Killed By Shells
London One thousand Bulgarian soldiers were killed while eat
ing dinner in their barracks by shells from British warships.
Mexicans Fire On Cavalry
Brownsville A band of Mexicans across the Rio Grande fired on
a detachment of the Sixth Cavalrv, doing patrol duty, yesterday,
wounding one soldier. The cavalrymen returned the fire and silenced
Fighting Below Arizona
Douglas Sharp fighting between Carranzaistas and Villaistas has
occurred near Agua Prieta. No statement is available as to the out
come. s '
German Reporred Sunk
Petrograd Official announcement was made here last night that
a British torpedo boat had sunk a German cruiser in the Baltic, be
lieved to be the Prinz Adalbert
, Russia Wishes To Borrow
The Czar has authorized a foreign credit of two and three-qttar
ters billion dollars with which to purchase war supplies.
Allies Losing In Balkans
London Ustaup Veles and Kumanov have fallen before the at
tacks of the Bulgars. Their capture means that the Salonika expedi
tion must fight its way to the relief of the main Serbian at my and
battles may begin at anv time. The Danube has been forced by the
teutons and the way opened to the Turkish capital. Bulgaria claims
that the Allies are already defeated in the Balkans and it will be im
possible to reinforce their compatriots.
Germany Has Ample Food
Berlin Plenty of food at low prices is the prospect in Germany
or the next year.
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ran alternately even, and one game
ahead, until 9-all was scored.
Thompson and Murdoch suc
ceeded in wrestling the next two
games b v close margins, which
gave them the match. Good "plac
ing" by Murdoch contributed in
large measure toward the final
success of his team.
The second event, which was
played off immediately after the
first was of shorter duration. Al
though Dr, Glaisyer and his oart
ner put up a strong game, vet they
weie unable to overcome the com
bination of Jack Horner's deadly
smashes and Rice's offensive play.
Messrs. Guy Rankin and Eric
Knudseu occupied the umpires'
chairs during the afternoon being
ably assisted by various linesmen.
A large number of machines
lined the courts, and the side lines
were the source of much enthu
siastic support. An atmosphere of
gaiety was furnished by a pleas
ing band concert which progressed
with the games.
Summary of the matches:
E. D. Murdoch and J. M. P.
Thompson won from G. T. Greig
and A. H. Bauham. 6-2 11-9. A.
Horner and Harrison Rice won
from A. R. Glaisyer and E. C.
Merill, G-2 6-2.
In thk Circuit Court of thk
Fifth Circuit. Tkruitory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Wilhelmina Labenz, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigne'd, Hans Isen
berg, administrator of the Estate
of Wilhelmina Labenz, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all persons
having claims against the Estate
f the said Wilhelmina Labenz, de
ceased to present such claims duly
authenticated, and with proper
vouchets, if any exist even though
such claims be secured by mort
gages of real estate to the under
signed, at his office of business,
Lihue, County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, within six months from
this date, or such claims will be
And all persons indebted to said
estated are herebv notified to make
immediate settlement with the un
dersigned, administrator as afore
said, at his place of business.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, Terri
tory of Hawaii, this 25th day' of
October A. D. 1915.
Administrator Estate of Wilhel
mina Labenz, deceased,
Oct. 26. Nov. i-9-16.
Sunday, Odobcr 24 ,
The Jumble In The Balkans
London The forces of the Allies proceeding north to. t
the Serbs, have yet not come in contact with any of the main body
the aid of
nv ot the main potty ot
Bulgarians, who are slowly advancing toward the interior ot Serbia.
against stubborn resistance.
The Serbs are holding their own against the continued advance of
the Austro German army through Moravia valley. The Allies are mak
ing slow; progress from Salonika for the relief of the shattered trout.
Paris is hopeful of results from the coming of a Roumanian com
Russians On Black Sea
The Russian forces are sniri tn hr tnnGcimr nti WnoL- S.n TMia
fotce is large and ready lor a rush hi to the Balkans.
Voormes murder buspects
Chicacro The iimrrW nf Ut-0,,1-1;., u-t,:,. i, ,.. t,
" v. v. . w . iiumiiii v uuiiuOj i L'l w r i , may
traced to Germans, who out of revenge for the acts of the elder Voor
lnes in supplying material for the manufacture of explosives and as
agent or the Allies in the purchase of war material, took the life of
ne son. I lie murderer escaped.
New Anti-AirCraft Gun
New York The
gun, with n range of ten thousand tcet and upward.
Would Invade Mexico
Washington IinllellPrd OH flip 'IVl-flC linrrW hmw firmnntnit tr. tl,
United States government for permission to cross the line into Mexico
in pursuit of bandits.
Recruiting Lively In England
London Recuiting is reported to be brisk in all sections of the
country, as the result of the King's personal appeal.
Dutch Blood Is Up
Amsterdam Irreconcilable differences have arisen between the
Premier and Cabinet and the Grand Ditches Marie, for which reason
the cabinet has resigned.
Railroad Men Strike
Boston Fifteen hundred freight handlers went out on strike last
night asking better consideration from the railroads.
Suffragettes On Vote-Getting Path
New York There was a creat suffracre narade vesterdnv ns a
boom for the voting to be held December 4.
Canal Delayed To January
Panama Slides which now block the canal cannot be removed
or several week's. The canal will not be ready before January.
Electric Strikers Return
Schenectady Etnplovees of tht General Electric Cotnnanv. out
on strike, have voted to return to work on teuns which they had re
Russians Coming Back
London The moves of the Slavs are threateninc the left of von
Hindenberg's position, and matters are becoming critical before Riga,
Russian reinforcements are being hurried to the front along the
entire eastern line, and the Austro-Ocrmaus are on the defensive and
losing ground in many places against severe Russian,, attacks.
Como, Italy Alienists disagree as to insanity of numlerer Charl
ton. Jacksonville, Fla. All National Guard team of kixleen members ,
won united service match. 'r
Russians Are Hopeful 1
Pnfrnrrmrl fi1?tnrv officials rcirard 'entire 675 miles front pvtetwl-
inp frnm the Baltic to the Galician border as favorable to the success
I of the Russians. The German drive has jpent its force. '
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uastwaru me iiiissihub iuc 11 '" iitn.to mm iuu sun on
the offensive, haronovitch success again.'t the Atistrians in Gnlicia has
been followed up at Navoalexineiz.
You Hindenberg Seems Checked
London The indications arc that tie Russians haye cheoked von
Hindenberg's army, which has been macing a vigorous drive to cap
ture Riga. At last German reports he wss a dozen miles from the Rus
Official bulletins from Vienna show that Austria admits the de
feat of her soldiers by the Russians.
At The Italian front
Udine Encoutaged by stopping of'cpcatcd blows directed against
them bv the Atistrians and in progress nadc in mountain warfare, the
Italians are making a general attack aloig their whole front. The Ital
ian commanders have sent forces througt the mountain passes stretch
ing from Switzerland to the Adriatic in strong offensive. The Italian
war is entering the second place of concrted offensive The total casu
alties since the war began has been onl; 45.000,
Greece Is Playirt Safe
London It is believed that Greectis awaiting victory by the Al
lies before entering the war, and the fii4. important triumph of En-S
tcnte powers will bring an offer front hr to join the warfare against
French Woman xecuted
Amsterdam The Telegraph says hat the Germans recently exe
cuted Madame Frenan, a French womn living in Liee'e. The sol
diers were ordered to fire. Their aim vas ooor and the woman was''
wounded, being finally despatched bv n officer.
Government Conttls Food
Berlin The German central govjrnmcnt control., all foodstuff
hitherto handled by provincial authorijes. Prices will be regulated.
Serbs Move Capri Again
Bucharest The steady advance o
Bulgarian attacks on the east flank hav
to move the capital front Nish to Krai
London The Telegram refers to.
ment of the war.
the Teutons in the north and
caused the Serbian government
vo, sixty miles to the north-
he present as the darkest
BOSTON "RED SOX". VICTORS OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE AND WHO BY WINNING E)M THE PHILADELPHIAS
CHAMPIONS OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. ARE AGAIN CHAMPIONS OF THE KEBALL WORLD.
Lower row, left to right: Lewis, Wagner, Sneaker, Hooper, Foster, Scott. Middle row. left to right: Leoril, Hendricksen. Gardner Carri
jan, Cady( Jauvin, Thomas, D. Green (trainer). Top row left to right: Collins, Wood. Gainer, Shaw, Gre, Ruth, Hays. Hobilitzel,' Barry.
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THIS IS A GROUP OF THE PHILADELPHIA TEAM WHICH WON THE CHAMPIONSHIP! THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
BUT WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT BEFORE THE BOSTON "RED SOX" OF TKEfERICAN LEAGUE.
Standing, rear row, left to right: Becker, Baumgartner, Demaree, Tincup, Killifer, Adams, Rixey'aver, McOuillan, Weiser ( tin- f
known), Luderus. Center row. left to right: Whitted, Stock, Chalmers, Alexander, Moran, Cravath.iloff, Bancroft, Paskert. Sealed '
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