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Battling On West Front
Paris Renewed heavy buttling on a large portion of the western
front reported ycsterdav. Germans attacked with strong forces in
Champagne but the Allies made a counter attack. The losses of the
Teutons were great.
The German Side of It
Berlin German offensive inaugurated in Champagne district.
French positions extending seveial hundred yards from point north
west from Via Massiges has been captured.
Sculptor Tries Suicide
Paris Rembrandt Bugatti, foremost Italian animal sculptor, was
found unconscious in his studio from inhaling gas. Depressed by
conditions in Belgium is given as the cause of attempted suicide,
To Suppress Food Disorders
Athens The Greek ciuiser Helli, destroyer Leon and a strong
contingent of troops have been sent to the island of Samos to cope
with an insurrection on the island, the outbreak being due to a lack
of food among the inhabitants.
Transport Reported Sunk
Berlian Constantinople reports that at time the Allies withdrew
their forces from Gallipoli, one of their transports was sunk.
The Kaiser's Condition
Rome Reports of seriousness of Kaiser's condition minimized.
Big Steel Orders
New York It was announced today that during December the
demand for output of the United States Steel Corporation was so great
that unfilled orders totalled a tonnage 317,806,220.
Powder Mill Accident
Philadelphia Three were killed and many wounded in explosion
at the local Dupont powder works.
Strike At Niagara
Niagara Falls Serious riot of American aluminum strikers broke
out today on account of trying to rush plant. Police injure many with
Grand Jury Investigating
Youngstown, Ohio Grand jurv to get at the bottom of the strike
here. It is investigating the cause of the recent reign of terror here
Grand Duke Lands Today
Tokio Grand Duke Michaelovitch," representative of the Russian
government, arrived in Korea yesterday and went on board the apa
nese cruiser Kaslnma, which will arrive at Kobe today. It is stated
that the Grand Duke will give an order to Japan for two million rifles
to be used by Russia in the European war.
An Old Brigand Captured
Japanese officials capture leader of Chinese brigands who stole
800,000 yen from lapauese military fund at the time of the Japan-
Russia, after a search for eleven years.
Monday, January 10
Honolulu The lawns of Honolulu resemble an inland sea as the
result of lains Vast areas are inundated. Rushing waters weaken
flumes and wreck streets; sweeps through houses, uproots trees and
otherwise damages Oahu property. Road gangs are kept busy. A
whirlwind blew over homes on Alcwa heights at midnight, sending a
two-room cottage flving and leaving occupants out in the dark and
drenching rain. Iron roof ripped off a building nearby by the gale
Russians Report Successes
Petrograd 1 he war office officially announced last night that
fierce attempts on the part of retreating Teutons in Galicia to retake
loft ground at Czarterysk was repulsed by the Slavs.
Austrians have been driven from the east bank of theStripa river
Aeroplane Attacks Salonika
Salonika Teutonic aeroplanes again bombarded the outskirts
the city last night, but did little damage. 1 hey were driven off by
Turk Consuls Arrested
Berlin Despatches to the Overseas Agencv last night report Tur
key indignant over the arrest of Tuito.iic consular officials by General
Serrail, commander of the Allied forces in Salonika. The Turks have
now ordered the arrest of ten French and British officials left behind
at Constantinople when the Embassies of those countries were turned
over to the United States.
The Withdrawal From Gallipoli
London The Allied armv leaves the Turks masters of Gallipoli.
General Sir Charles Munroe advises London that the British have ac
complished the final evacuation of the Peninsula without loss. The
French forces also leave the front safely. People accept the statement
of the commander, in the face of other reports that heavy casualties
Deer Kills His Keeper
Portland A deer kills keeper in park. Angry stag cuts man to
pieces with knife-like hoofs.
The New Haven Case
New York On account of divided verdict, the New Haven case
was not finished. Jury disagreed on guilt of Rockefeller, while find
ing others innocent. Six of the eleven financiers cleared and lawyers
ask for new trial.
British Battleship Sinks
London The battleship King Edward VIII sunk by a mine.
Cavalry Officer Killed
Sunday, January 9
Honolulu Sugar, 4.52.
Heavy rains. Weather cold here. Around
blocked in consequence.
ihe Territory will take the case of the Rapid Transit Company to
the higher courts.
Philippine Bill Discussed
Washington Senator Jones' bill on the Philippines brings out
candid opinions' from both sides. Some believe that Japan could best
govern in the Philippines. Sherman, Illinois Senator, holds that the
United States is morally responsible for the islands until the Fili
pinos are able to stand alone.
Forditcs Reach The Hague
The Hague Members of the Ford peace party reach here after an
uneventful trip during which they were allowed to sec some of the
war activities. Formalities of examining baggage on the Danish,
German and Dutch borders waived.
Ancona Lifeboat Recovered
Rome A water-logged lite-boat from the Ancona was brought in
to port, thus disproving the statement of the commander that the
life-boats were shelled.
Agricultural Expert Dead
Berkely Prof. Hilegard, famous agricultural expert, died here
last night of grip.
Fighting In The Yosges
Berlin Hand to hand fighting has been resumed in the Vosges
section, the Germans storming and capturing a portion of the French
Zeppelin Reported Wrecked
Amsterdam Another Zeppelin, said to be the forty-first since the
war began was lost to Germany last week by being wrecked.
Foreigners Flee Iu China
Hongkong Revolutionary disturbances which have broken out in
Yintin have driven all foreigners to this place for refuge.
Villa Waiting His Time
El Paso Waiting his time when sentiment against' Carranza will
ustifv him in leading another strong revolution, Villa is reported to
be biding his time in Chihuahua.
Mikado To See Envoy
Tokio Duke Miharbovitz, special envoy of the Czar, is to be ac
corded special honors when for the first time the Mikado in person
will see the envoy.
Militia Take A Hand
Youngstown, Ohio The mililia have control of the situation
here. Strikers refuse to submit their troubles to the committee. They
re holding open-air meetings around big bon-fires.
Constantine Dislikes Notoriety
Athens King Constantine says he dislikes the mention of him as
pro-German and authorizes the Associated Press to say that he has
no morelcause tc be so described than President Wilson.
Russians Drive Into Galicia
London Russia comes back strong to grind Teuton lines. Vien
na denies that the success of the Slavs is all that it is claimed to be,
and announces a series of successful counter attacks. Von Revent
low points'out Teutons 'danger. The Russian drive was evidently
carefully planned and arranged for. The Balkans are watching the
outcome of the big battle.
Youngstown, Ohio Wild mobs filling the streets as the result of
sudden outbreak of strikers and people are terrified. The mob is riot
ing and looting with violence. Property loss one million, One life
lost and many injured.
Another Protest To Europe
Washington The United States has sent to Ambassador Page,
for presentation to the British government, a note protesting against
censoring United btates mails destined to neutrsl countries.
Russians Still Successfnl
London Continued Russian successes. Russians won possession
Austrian deny advance made.
Montenegrins Are Drowned
Paris Two hundred Montenegrins from America perish in sink
ing of an Italian ship which struck a mine in the Adriatic.
Italians Called To ColorsJ
Rome Soldiers born iu 1S82 and 1883 and belonging
fortress troops coast artillery and 1887 and 1888 mountain
organizations have been recalled to the colors.
Postoffice Bandits Wounded
Penn's Grove, N. J. Burglars attempting
found the police force and inspectors on the
wounded by revolvers.
Japanese Military Review
Tokio A grand military review of the army was held at the I in
perial Palace yesterday morning.
Japanese Steamer Missing
Asahi Maru. a tramp steamer on her way to France,
Mediterranean, has not been heard from in several weeks
authorities believe she was sunk by a submarine.
Chinese Name President
Shanghai San Chen Hein, former military governor of Kantung
province, under the Manchu dynasty, has been nominated as preii
dent of the Ptovisional government bv six provinces of south China.
Dr. Sun will work for independence outside of office and will
carry on a campaign against Yuan through the present executive.
San Francisco 1 he American-Japanese Association of the city
are endeavoring to improve conditions at Angel Island immigration
Saturday, January 8
Honolulu Judge Stuart decides in favor of the Rapid
Company to every point in the suit brought by the Governor
train the company from increasing its capital stock.
Mrs. Love Is Dead
Mrs. Fanny Love, kr.maaina, died last night. She was the owner
of Love's Bakery.
Measles Rampant On Oahu
Measles are sweeping the is'and of Oahu,
Youngstown Riot Serious
Youngstown Ohio Three thousand frantic workers armed with
dynamite and torches last night hurled defiance at the police and
posses ot citizens, and blew up property worth almost a million dollars,
to rob the post office
alert. Three bandits
Echoes Of European War
The war in Europe vas echoed in the halls of Congress yesterday
at one of the most exciting sessions the House of. Representatives has
experienced in years. Representative Gardner stirs things bv an attack
on German-Americans and fellow Republicans answer his charges, de
nouncing him as being more English than the British themselves.
Galician Situation Serious.
London The situation on the Gnlician front grows grave, ac
cording to Berlin reports. Russian advance now threatens continued
occupation of Lemberg by two Kaiser's anni s and Teuton leaders are
alarmed. Four hundred guns were used to batter Czernowitz. The
bombardment of the city lasted fifty hours before infantrv legions
made attack on the waiting foe.
Gaillard Cut Open
Panama The canal is not yet ready for continued service, but
Gaillard cut in open for ships
Conscription Crisis Still On
London Crisis caused in .the conscription bill in the House of
Commons shows no sign of casing down.
Terre Haute. Indiana Dupont powder mill repotted detroyed.
Story not confirmed.
Washington No further definite information has been received
as to the sinking of the P, & O. liner Persia last week, and with the
cause not clearlv understood the submarine crisis remains the same.
Lack of details prevents the United States taking a definite stand in
its relations with the belligerents concerned. Ambassador Penfield has
not notified the State Department of anv reply to his unofficial request
of Austria for information, andjthe department has no legal proof that
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Today 21 affidavits of survivors of the Persia were cabled to the
State department bv Consul Garrels. of Alexandria. These confirm
and reiterate the previous statement that when the liner was stricken
no warning was given and no vessel was seen, lhat the Persia was
torpedoed is not certain.
Other Delegates Assembling
Copenhagen It is expected that a large number of delegates from
other neutral countries will assemble at Ihe Hague for a protracted
conference with the Ford peace party.
Thessalonica Passengers Landed
New York The steamer I atris, which stood by the steamer
Thessalonica when the latter went down, brought the passengers here
and landed them today. Passengers interviewed declared that the
captain refused to send messages for help.
British Submarine Sunk
London A British submarine was sunk off tint Dutch coast. No
details given out. The admiralty does not give the name of the sub
marine nor cause of sinking. Crew reported rescued.
French General Dead
Remiremont General Serret, commander of the division of the
French army in the Vosges. died here today. He was wounded sev
eral times recently and could not recover.
Japanese Prison Burned
Tokio Nagoya prison, the largest penal institution in Japan, was
entirely destroyed by fire last evening. All prisoners saved by High
Sheriff K. Sliida and many army officers.
Strike Of Tube Workers
Youngstown. Ohio Rioting among employees of the Sheet Tube
Compamy i)ecanie flagrant here today. Three thousand strikers made
up the rioting forces. Nine thousand men are employed by the com
pany. Strikers stopped street cars and stoned car crews. r
Chinese Custom House Looted
Canton A hundred armed and desperate revolutionists today at
tacked and looted the Chinese custom house on Kowloon boundary.
Further trouble is expected.
Missionaries Are Withdrawn
Shanghai Authorities of the province of Szechuan have been ad
vised ot the witnctrawai ot inrisuan missionaries troni interior stations.
Friday, January 7
Washington Admiral Stanford, head of Yards & Docks Board
advises the Congressional Committee to close Mare Island uavv yard
station as unfit for service for other adequate naval bases on the west
ern coast Pearl Harbor and Bremerton, are capable of handling the biir-
gest dreadnaughts, the witness tells the lawmakers at the hearing. The
information comes as a surprise. The Secretary of the Navy has award
ed contracts for the 32.000-ton dreadnaughts.
President Favors Pan-American Pad
The President favors the Pan-AtnericaM pact, and tells the dele
gates that the western world must be united. Universal defense on this
side of the world is urged. Advocates arbitration and serves notice that
the Monroe Doctrine will be maintained.
The Philippines problem is before the Senate. Senator Hitchcock
made the first speech, favoring the famous Jones bill, Cummins of
Iowa, opposes. The measure holds out promises which do not bind nnv
An Army Of "Rookies"
London Troops which attempted Sulva Bay expedition were un
tried, according to the opinion of Sir Ian Hamilton and to that alone
was due failure.
How Fordites Will Travel
Copenhagen The Ford peace commission on the wav to Tin.
Hague in a specially sealed train which will have blinds drawn wheni
passing turougn ueriuiiii luuvniucs.
To Greet Russian Envoy
Tokio Yoshihito will greet military envoy of Czar and a uniul
military review will be held in his honor.
Chow Chee Chi, minister of agriculture and commerce of Pimm
has been nominated special representative to Japan.
Conscription In Commons
London Labor as represented in the House of Commons
almost, tnrce to one ugani&i uie conscription mil. it won out
vote of 300 over opposition.
Russians Advance In Galicia
Gathering strength like the waves of the sea, the Russian nri.
vance in Galicia is reported to be moving ahead.
The Revolution In China
Tokio Iimperor Yuan strikes at rebels in province of Smuli
China. Szechuan invaded by revolutionists from Yunnan. TJf nnrt,.,!
on verge of joining in revolt against central government. Imperial
troops have been sent to meet the insurgents. Revolutionists said to
be aiming at the conquest of Shanghai in hopes of cutting off all sup
port tor reKing,
Honolulu Felony charges against Miss So
This followed the refusal of the Sheet Tube Company to increase their pleads guilty to disdemeanor and is fined S300, She leaves for the
pay. nineteen people nave ueen snot, ana anarctiy rules tne town. coast in the Niagara today.
Sugar Question To Front Df- C' n- Cooner advanced to Lieutenant-Colonel, N G. H.
Washington Sugar probe is driven deep into the condition of the Lnnrt in nlnrp nf T-Mnnnul Hnrt ' circuit
industry. Investigators who visited Hawaii last summer are now on a - t...i,v cm,..,,. ,.t i ..
Livinsgoue, Mont. Cavalry officer slain by slide in Yellowstone I their wav to vixit Cuban plantations to inquire into conditions there. Lf.i 'i. ('c .tbiumuon and was not
Park. Lieutenant McDonald crushed under avalanche of snow while i Senator Broussard. of Louisiana, launched an unexpected attack on if .i i in ',i m! .... . ..
Sledding. The latter was known and well liked iu the Islands. I the Wilson-Underwood tariff provision for free sugar. 'to Koo judBship. K P'aCC' r