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Lansing's note over the British commercial blockade of Germany is a
fitter subject for experts than for newspaper controversies.
Influence Brought On Roumania
Milan Strong influences are being brought to bear on Roumania
to hold the country neutral for the present. Though the country is
wavering, indications point toward the fact that the country will not
join the Allies now.
A member of Roumanian parliament told premier Bratiano un
officially that the neutral course is the b st. Roumania will later hold
the balance of power in the Balkans.
German Cruiser Sunk
Berlin -The German cruiser Udine was torpedoed by submarine
and sank off Swedish coast in the Baltic.
Italian Deputies Will Assemble
Rome The Chamber of Deputies of Italy will assemble Decem
Support In Scriptures
Washington President Wilson says he finds support for policy
of military preparedness in the scriptures. Fact made known today,
when President commented on commendation which former Mayor
Seth Low of New York has given Mr. Wilson's speech at Manhattan
Club last week, Mr. Wilson, in mentioning Mr. Law's praise, said he
as thought much over Ezekiel, 33rd. chapter, verses two to six.
Monday, November 8
Teutons Progress North Serbia
London Teutofcs continued to make progress in their great drive
aoainst Serbia yesterday. Austnans received a set back and I'rench
troops in operating in the south won a victory over Bulgarians.
Hope for ultimate success in the Balkans is now growing.
Russians Increase Offensive
Instead of slackening their onensives Russians are increasing
'them and making assaults. Claim to have taken 8,000 prisoners in the
vicinity of Lake Swinton.
Vigorous Attack On Villa
Douglas With the arrival of General Obregon at Agua Prieta,
indications are that a vigorous attack will be made with the object of
exterminating Villa and his army. It is known that Carranza issued
orders to effect Villa's extermination.
New Grecian Ministry
Athens M. Skouloudis, who was ordered by King Constantine
to form a new cabinet, following the refusal of Chamber of Deputies
to give Zaimis a vote of confidence; has rompleted his task, Personnel
of the new cabinet is about the same as that formed by Zaimis.
Ordinance Report Published
Washington Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, chief of Bureau of
Ordinance, yesterday made public his annual report. The fourteen
inch guns for latest warships are rifles of wonderful (force.
Guns Taken From Police
Panama As a result of conference between Gen. Goethals and
the Panama authorities, guns have been taken from Panama police
They now have only revolvers and batons.
Emperor Enters Kyoto
Kyoto Iimperor Yosluliito made his entrance into Kyoto yester
day. Cortege contained the divine mirror. No cheers or comment
were in evidence when the imperial party arrived.
People remained prostrate during passage of procession.
A number of American representatives were present, including
Admiral aud Mrs. winterhalter.
U. S. Insists On Neutral Rights
Washington The United States will not submit to any curtail
ment of rights ot America as a neutral state, nor will the government
of the United States suffer any further subordination of these rights
and interests with complacence, is the outstanding statement of th
protest to British navv with regard to interference of Britain in Ameri
can trade with Germany.
Honolulu Services were held yesterday for the late Capt. Fetter
by the Elks. Bodv will be cremated today.
Sunday, November 7
Offensive In Gallipoli
London Simultaneously with the announcement that Kitchener
has left for the Balkans, where he may assume personal command of
the expedition of the Allies, comes word that the Anglo-French troops
on Gallipoli Peninsula, after repulsing a serirs of Turkish attacks
have commenced a wide offensive in which the fleet is cooperating.
It is generally believed the Allies are making one more supreme
effort to force the narrow opening to Constantinople, before relief
being hurried to the Turks by the Germans can reach them.
Rome Heavy artillery continues to pound Austrian positibns
along the Isonzo front with material damage to the enemy. In the Lo
dre valley the enemy lias bombarded a number of villages, damaging
much property and causing conflagration.
Russians Make Sudden Stand
Paris While being pressed back along a wide portion of Galician
front so rapidly that official announcement from Berlin and Vienna
announced that Russian campaign in south had almost collapsed, Rus
sians made a sudden stand and quick oliensive yesterday, driving Aus
tro Germans back and taking 8.500 prisoners, with large quantities of
Supplies, including machine guns.
Wireless Plants For Mexico
San Francisco Carranza has ordered five wireless plants for west
ern coast Mexico.
Disastrous Fire In Williamsburg
New York Thirteen dead bodies recovered aud thirteen more to
be found with 30 persons m hospital, is the death and injury roll, re
sultimr from a fire in Williamsburg yesierda
Amsterdam The fall of Bagdad is to be expected, inasmuch as it
is not fortified. The Turkish garrison is small. Morale effect of this
occupation upon Arabs in Persia should not be under-estimated.
Tom Williams Drops Dead
San Francisco Tom Williams, 25 years of age, president of Cali
fornia Jockey Club, dropped dead yesterday,
Japanese Steamer Torpedoed
Tokio Word has been received of the sinking of the first Japa
nese steamer by a German submarine. Vessel was attacked in west
ern Mediterranean .
Submarines Seek New Waters
London The appearance of at least three German submarines in
western Mediterranean at time of total inactivity of like craft in waters
surrounding the British Isles, has led to reports on the Continent that
Germans have decided to relinguish campaign in British waters and
seek elsewhere tor merchantmen and warships.
Great Northern Has White Crew
Seattle The Great Northern is provided with an all white crew.
There are 185 men qualified as seamen.
Villa Has No Scruples
Naco "Hereafter we will treat Americans exactly as thev treat
us. We will do as we please now without further scruples" are the
words Villa is reported to have told American doctors in his hands.
We will turn guns on Douglas next." Meanwhile he is preparing
Naco for defense against attack by Obregon, who has arrived on the
Sentiment Favors Monarchy
Peking Sentiment in China is overwhelmingly in favor of a re
turn to the monarchial form of government. Fifteen out of eighteen
provinces have returned a vote in favor of monarchy.
Honolulu Much opposition here to the plan for the return to
monarchy form of government. Steps will be taken against Yuan
Shi Kai and monarchy.
Plan of local members to send to National Party head plan for
raising funds and send to t evolutionary party headquarters in Wu
Kitchener To Balkans
London Lord Kitchener, Secretary of State for war, left London
for the Balkans. The war minister has been called to the near cast
by the seriousness of the situation there.
Lord Derby, at the head of active recruiting campaign, is suggest
ed to succeed to the war portfolio should Kitchener find himself un
able to leave the Balkans for some time.
London After three days fighting and bombardment of the forti
fications, the Bulgarians have succeeded in capturing Nish. Germans
are crossing south from entry positions on the north and west, and
arc taking prisoners steadily. In a recent engagement they raptured
3000 Serbs. The Teutons and Bulgarians now hold more than half
Surbia in their grasp.
German Submarines In Mediterranean
Making their way past defences and outlooks at Gibraltar, Ger
man submarines have reached the Mediterranean and sunk two French
steamers and one Italian steamship.
Algiers The Sidilferuch was sunk by a German submarine which
succeeded in entering the Mediterranean,
Defeat Administered Russians
Berlin A severe defeat has been administered Russians in south
west section of the eastern front. Teutons have succeeded in driving
them across the Stripa river, Fiftv officers and six thousand men cap
tured by Teutons who recovered the groumd they lost a few weeks ago
Incendiary Bomb On Rio
An incendiary bomb started the fire on the Rio Leges, a British
vessel en route from Nw York to Queenstown. The Rio was loaded
by German and Austrian stevedores.
Teuton Success Influences Roumania
London As a result of Teuton occupation of Serbian banks of
the Danube and the signs of Teuton success in the Balkans campaign,
Kouniania.is being lnuueucea. K.outnania autnonties are preparing
to disarm Russian munition steamers en route to Serbia
Tokio Emperor Yoshihito, with a number of Japanese officials
left Tokio last evening for Magawa. Party will drive in Kioto tomor
row morning, where first of coronation ceremonies will take place.
Marines Beset By Revolutionists
wasmngton American marines attempting to restore order in
Haiti are still beset by revolutionists. Admiral Caperton reported two
more engagements with the rcvoluting factions. No American casual
Saturday, November 6'
Another Border Crisis
Washington The Mexican bordercrisis is far from settled. An
other situation like that at Douglas is impending at Naco
Obregon in en route to Agua Prieta, leading the campaign against
General Calles has been relieved of command at Agua Prieta fo
not crushing Villa.
British Join French Forces
London British reinforcements from Salonika are reaching
French forces at Strumnitza. British are slowly driving Bulgars from
Fate of Nish is hanging by a hair. Serbs continue to retreat nort
Crozco Admits Conspiracy
San Antonio Jose Orozco has been arrested in connection with
Huerta's alleged conspiracy. He admits the plot.
Soldiers Fired Upon
Brownsville Six Mexicans fired on eleven U. S. soldiers doing
Calles In Disfavor
Douglas General Calles is in disfavor for not advancing Irom
Candidates Noble Prizes
London Copenhagen has suggested Thomas Edison, Nikola
Tesla and Hvedberg for Noble prizes for scientific research.
Greece In Crisis
London Greece is regarded as being in its most critical crisis
since the war began. Reported that after Chamber of Deputies re
fused vote of confidence to Zaimis, King Constantine asked him to re
main as prime minister, Zaimis has refused. News is anxiously
awaited on the outcome of the council of ministry.
Fighting Heavy In East
London Bitter fighting is reported in the eastern front and at
Dardanelles. Only minor engagements are reportsd from the west.
Germans are on the offensive in Russia. British repulsed several at
tacks by the Turks in Gallipoli, where lines have been attacked at sev
eral points, but stand fast.
Jndge Brittan Suicides
San Francisco W.O. Brittan, former judge of the superior court,
committed suicide yesterday afternoon. He first jumped from a ferry
boat, was rescued and taken to a hospital, where he shot himself and
jumped from n three story window.
Honolulu Three Japanese received licenses to practice medicine.
Attempt On "Owl"
San Francisco I. W. W. tvorkcrs are believed to he responsible
nted wrrpk of the Scithem Pacific Owl train last night.
Sheet iron was put across the trafc and brushed off by the engine.
Committee Accompanies Liberty Bell
Philadelphia A special comMttcc left today to escort the "Liberty
Bell" home. Cost of the trip is sjid to amount to $75,000.00.
Japanese Kqucsl For Peace
Tokio The Japanese government requests Chinese government
that there be peace in China. '
German, Trench Conquest
German Armv HeadauarU's Reports received of trenches con
quered by GemTans cast of Leiesnil on Oct. 26th.
Zains Ministry rirm
London With King CorJtantiue insisting upon neutrality, and
upon keeping in office, and ; cabinet aiming to promote neutrality,
theie seems little likelihood hat a vpte ol want of confidence will, un
seat Zaimis ministry. Kin will not dissolve cabinet.
5;ssians On Offensive
is today admit Russian forces have taken
the offensive southwest of Dvinsk. blavs have succeeded in tncir at
tack but charges broke u'dcr German fire. Enemy suffered heavy
loss. Russians made temporary advances north cast of Czartorsk, but...
m;t such determined resstance that they were forced to retire into
Intense Cold In Alps
Geneva The terrible cold of winter in the Alps is paralizing
ffensive and defensive 'noves in Italio-Atistnan campaign. Heavy
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snows and avaiancties an reponeu irum uum. mio. liuumcic
twecn hostile troops hai slopped on each side, torces bciiiR engaged
n building winter quatcrs.
Bulcarian army iswithin six miles of Nish, steadily reducing the
outer defenses of the apital citv.
Friday, November 5
Wilson For Preparedness
New York In tie course of his address President Wilson yester
day said he is convinced America will never take a foot of land by
force. He is for preparedness for defense.
Concern Felt For Americans
Douglas Mucl concern is felt for the safety of four Americans
in connection withthreat by Villa in regard to reprisals. The men
missing are two su'geous and two chauffeurs.
Believed Danger Over
Washington-fit is believed here that the danger at Douglas is
over. (Jarranzaist; wtre uie principal viuiuiois ui nmciiwu ""'u..mj,
I Bulgars Progress Near Nish
London Bugarian troops are making rapid progress in the vicin-'
ity of Nish, thefall of which seems certain unless am r-:acnes Germans.
Russian Vessels Ordered Interned
Btrlin Adtices from Bucharest say that Roumanian government
ordered the inte nmeut of two Russian destroyers and an armed steam
er on the Danule.
Steamer Sends S. 0. S.
Halifax the British steamer Rio Leges on fire in mid-ocean has
sent out S. 0S. calls.
' Greek Cabinet Upheaval
Poric nffr i in ihr throes of rmother cabinet crisis and the
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outcome mayhave an important bearing on the nations, future position
in the Baikal war.
I Villa Says Americans Dead 1
Doucla Villa has informed inquirers that the two missing doc
tors and twf chaffeurs are dead and buried, having been killed in the
battle of Ajua Prieta, while giving aid to his wounded. Another re
port contra'Jicts this and if true the men are still alive.
Thp Mexican crisis has subsided. Larrnnzaists remain in uie,
trenches fearing a surprise attack.
England Conserves Gold
London Money order department of government has issued no
tices that no firm or individual would be allowed to. send out more
than fivehundred dollars a week to any one individual or firm in the
United States. The object of this is to conserve gold supply.
Horolulu Governor Pinkham has asked for resignations of the
members of Board of Medical Examiners. No cause given, All res
ponded but Doctor Benz who is on the coast. Board of Harbor Com
mission's decide to let PilotLorenzen remain.
GREAT BULGARIAN GENERAL CALLED ON T O COMMAN1&
General Savoff, the skillful strategist of King Ferdinand of Bul
garia, who has been called by the King to take command of the army
which has just arraved itself with the Teutons against the Allies. The
fact that he has been recalled to take command vindicates him for uir.
avoidable losses in the Balkan war when he was in danger of being
tried by Court martial.