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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Digging Train From Snow
Seattle Two hundred men are employed digging out a portion of
n train on the Great Northern that is covered with snow.
Airships Attack England .
London Tlie eastern coast of Kent wa's'-'aUacked by airmen last
night, one man being killed and six injttiVd.. ;'.,,
British Expedition Checked'0 (!
Another British mishp a occurred in.'" the Mesopotamia theater of niillion dollars.
war. Oeneral Aylnier s attempt to relieve . Anglo'-biench torces at
Kut-Kl-IIara failed. After most atrocioii',' 'fighting', Ottomans stop
entry. );. . .
Germans At Constampje. ,
hive thousand German troops have. art-Mid at Constantinople to
help quell revolts against the authority or driver Pasha, ,
Food Supplies Destroyed
Honolulu Two thousand dozen egW'and a quantity of meat have
been destroyed by the health nuthoritics'as'uufit for food.
Sunday, January -23 .
Sugar. 4.747. ."
To Maintain Pojicy a
Washington If the United States ittends to hold up the doctrine
she has promulgated during the last few.-yers, this country must make
ready the force without which such policy will be as nothing.
ine Monroe Doctrine aim Asiatic exclusion are mines tnat mav
some day have to be fought over, is the opinion of General McCotnb,
formerly head of the militarv forces in Hawaii and who is now Presi-
Consuls To Be Released
Washington Through the efforts of the United States, consuls
of Germany and Austria in the war zone, held by the Allies, will soon
be released and allowed to return to their posts.
Gram Trust For Balkans
Bucharest If the plans of an Anglo- French corporation mature
all grain in Roumania will be purchased and held an ay from purchase
uawiu. i. us. tuuiiuux is -.ijuiii.cu ,m ninetyi-six
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rignt in ine Adriatic
London One of the hottest little sea fights of the war took nlnri.
in the upper reaches of the Adriatic yesterday between the British
submarine and hydroplane and a torpedo boat destroyer. The result
favored the British craft. . j
Japanese Vessels Off Mexico j
Washington Senator Phelan addressed the Security Leactie Hast
night, making the statement that Japan had several cruisers off 'the
Mexican coast entirely disconnected with the wrecking nf the As'aima.
and they were sufficiently powerful to seize any American port, loot it
and sail away.J
Submanne H-3 In Trouble
San Diego Submarine H-3 is hfgh and dry on a mud Bank
North Island. No damage to the hull, .so far as can be learned. :
News From The Fronts
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A Steamer In' Distress
Queenstown The steamer Pomeranan, outward bound from
Glasgow to Canada, reported to have lost her rudder in a gale in St.
Modified Conscription Passes
London The government measure providing for modified con
scription has passed the House of Commons.
Washington Tke preparedness policy of the administration is to
be urged strongly in Congress. Other legislation must make way for
it. Considerable debate is expected on the measures to be proposed.
Allies' Money For Greece
London An Athens despatch savs that negotiations for a loan to
Greece bv the Entente powers is progressing. The indications that
Greece will arrange this loan with the Allies point to a better under
standing with Greece, although Constantinople complains of the op
pression of the Allies on that country.
Fears For Franz Joseph
Paris A Rome despatch says that there is grave anxietv in Vien
na over the illness of Franz Joseph. He is said to be ill with chronic
bronchitis, and confined to his bed.
French Bombard Teutons
A squadron of forty-five aeroplanes bombarded Monastir, where
Bulgarian-Teuton forces are quartered. The bombardment did much
damaee to ammunition depots and quarters of the general staff, as
well as to the railroad station.
The German Bombardmeni
Berlin The Admiralty announces todav that German aeroplanes
bombarded the station, barracks and docks at Dover today
Were made January 22 and 23.
Bulgars And Albanians
'Paris A clash of Bulgarian soldiers and Albanians, under Essard
Pasha, is expected todav at Durazzo, in the vicinity of which both are
reported to be today.
Killed In Explosion
Buffalo Fifteen persons were killed and fifteen others injured in
an explosion at Kelken Blows Company plant today.
Illinos Situation Serious
Peoria initios is nooaecl. bituatiou grows worse. Illinois nvci
rising fast Residents of the lowlands are fleeing in panic, Hun
dreds have been rescued from their homes by rescue parties in boats.
Digging For Lost Passengers
beattle bix hundred men are employed clearing the tracks in
the vicinity where the Great Northern passenger train was wrecked by
an avalanche Saturday. It is expected that it will take a long time to
find the missing passengers.
Storm On The Coast
San Francisco Travel by land and sea is disorganized because
of storms sweeping the Pacific coast and western third of the United
The steamer Admiral Schley, reported this morning to be ashore
oif Coos Bay, is now believed to be safe.
Income Tax Legal
Washington In an opinion handed down todav, the United
States supreme court upholds the constitutionality of the income tax
Monday, January 24
Paris Teutons are rushing fresh troops to the front to beat back
Berlin claims slight gains in fierce fighting in trenches to north
of Arras and Paris admits reverses.
Air men made a successful raid on Teutonic fortress at Metz.
bombs being dropped on station and barracks.
Montenegrins Join The Serbs
Rome The little kingdom of Montenegro has outwitted Vienna
While negotiating for peace, the army has escaped from the apparent
net of the Austnans and has effected a junction with the Serbs
Suspected Murderers Hanged
El Paso Two cattle thieves, believed to be of the party that kill
ed Amencan miners, were executed near the American boundary by
Carranza soldiers yesterday.
ITurkey Admits Sinking
London According to Berlin advices, Turkey will admit sinking
the steamer -Persia and will pay indemnity for the act.
President Has Returned
Washington The President and wife have returned from their
Fightiug In Galicia
Petrograd Fighting in Galicia continues with its former ferocity.
The government announced last night that the Russian offensive has
continued in this theater south of Dubnoe and in eastern Galicia,
Franz Joseph Seriously III
London Official: Emperor Franz Joseph, of Austria, is reported
to be again seriously ill.
Discovers Bomb Factory
Tokio Japanese police have discovered where bombs used in the
assault on Okuina were made.
The Admiral Schley In Pilikia
Seattle Pacific coast gales have caused distress to ship Admiral
Schley, in Tacoma-San Francisco trade.
A New Chinese Republic
Peking The province of Yunnan has established itself as the Re
public of Yunnan.
British Steamer Sunk
Halifax The British steamer Palentia has been sunk fof Cape
Race. Passeugers safe.
dent of the War College
London Germany's campaign against Egypt is held un o, : nr.
count of a real coal famine in the Central empires. ' i
General summary of the whole war situation at allfronis l!rmU ,
1 his opinion was piven before the benate slowing down o the ottensive and redoubling of work cf precaution
. 1 : anu preparation tor Dig iignung tnat is to come later.
Supply Ships Sunk,- Pancho Very Much Alive
London .Naval activities iorni the outstanding features in reports Washington Mexican rebel chiefs covenant to kill Yankee nnrt
from various war zones yesterday. Petrograd reports Russian torpedo President Carranza. Death to all Americans and destruction nf
boat in the uiack bea sunk two lurkis-u ships with supplies. Amer'can property is included in the agreement of the revolutionists
Hood Causes Great Damage w" meel ana stafl new smie-
I T r f rw1 rt KaifKT Pont H no i i A Kak
x uuiu -jiiuiDuuua uic uuiueieaa aim mere urc several ueains uue
to the flooding of city bv the waters which swept away the intake gate
at the Imperial Valley irrigation project.
Snowslides Kill Fifteen
Seattle Fifteen persons were instantly killed and as manv in
jured, when a snowslide hit a train on the Great Northern Railway.
Japan Notified Postponement Monarchy
Tokio Baron Ishi, minister of Foreign Affairs, in a statement to
the House of Peers, made yesterday, announced that China had signi
fied her intention of postponing the inauguration of monarchial form
of government, until internal conditions were expedient.
Eight Americans Hanged
El Paso Eight dead Americans swaying upon the tree on which
they had been hanged by bandits, is the latest atrocity perpetrated by
Mexican bandits, i hose responsible for the deed will be publicly
Centralia Sends Out S. 0. S.
I'oruauu i ne steamer ieinrana carrying passengers, sent out a
S. O. S. call for help vesterdav. Three steamers are known to he
Presidential Pair On Potomac
Washington President Wilson and bride arc on the presidential
"The raids 'acllt "layttower cruising the i'otomac, and bound tor Uheasapeak Bay,
witn the amendment barring trom the united btates Hindus,
Mongolians and Malays the-immigration bill will probabiy.be received
favorably as report on it will be m.ide tomorrow. It is expressly de
signed to prevent an influx of Japanese. ,i
Reopening Canal Uncertain
Panama Col. Goethals is unable to set a date for the opening of
Honolulu Rivenbcrwill succeed Tucker as Land Agent, and may
go up higher.
Sugar. 4.747. . - ' " ;) .
El Paso Customs officers today opened fire on Mexicans who
were attempting to cross the border carrying among their belongings
bundles of rags. I he Mexicans fled when the attempt- was made to
halt them. 1 he customs men had received strict orders not to allow
rags to be taken actoss the border into the United States on account
of the danger of typhus, whjch is now prevalent in Mexico.
An American Killed
Details have reached here of the killing of Bert Akers, an Amer
ican of Ysleta. Texas. Rumors that he was shot bv Mexicans where
confirmed bv .definite information that Bemndo Duran, a Mexican cat
tie-rustler and bandit who operates around the border towns, shot him
in fight atban Lorenzo, just below the border. ' '
Snbmarine H-3 Rescued
?an uiego ine u. . o. nuumanne n-s, winch ran aground in
the harbor yesterday -while on a practice cruise, was floated todav
without great difficulty; . The mother ship, Cheyenne, helped pull
her off this morning.
Fire On Norwegian
reported. Panehn Villn
annexed a third wife and is off on his honeymoon.
Hammerstein Goes Under
New York Oscar Hammerstein, the noted theatrical man. tins
been declared a bankrupt. Liabilities are large and the declaration, is
made that there ar no assets.
London The Teutons claim to have captured three million rri.
oners and that 470.000 kilometres of hostile ground have been oc
cupied since the opening of the war.
Montenegro Not Fighting
Vienna The rumors recently reported in the press that Mnntene.
gro had resumed fighting are unfounded. The terms of capitualtion
are not complete, is the statement.
Wants Stricter Blockade
London The London Times urges that the blockade of Ger
many, in the matter ot shutting ort supplies be made more strict.
Austrians Near Scutari
It is reportedly militarv authorities that a detachment of Am-
trian troops is now only fifteen miles from Scutari, where the Monte
negrins have installed government headquarters.
Wants Courage Kept Up
Paris General Toffre issued a statement today declarino it o he
essential that French civilians hold firm in expressing the high belief
that the Allies will succeed in the war.
Japanese To Shanghai
Tokio Japan is hurrying the third naval squadron to Shnnirlini
to protect Japanese interests here.
The situation in Shanghai is growing alarming. A
The: coronation of the new Chinese emperor has been indefinite1' U
Fifty officers have been arrested uy secret service men of Vnnn
Sluh Kai for attempted assassination.
Illinois Also Has Bad Weather
Chicago Illinois is now suffering severely from heavy rains and
snow storms, joitet ana otner towns partially under water. Wnter
is six feet deep in Lockdale.
The Elusive Mr. Villa
Washington Carrauzo officials here and immediately across the
line have no information that Villa is a prisoner of Carranza soldiers
The President's Tour
It was announced today that the President will formally open his
campaign for the defense policy on January 29. He will speak at
Pittsburg. Chveland. Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Des Moisnes
Denver and at some point in Idaho. In February he will take a second
trip, going westward to Denver.
Friday, January 21
Honolulu The bark British Yeoman was brought into port hv the
Navajo after a herd struggle.
Villa Said To Be Captive
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with a consignment of munitions and other supplies for the Russian
government. An investigation is in progress.
1 rouble In North China
.Shanghai Ihe province of bhansi, in the north of China, has
declared its independence of Yuan Shih Kai and the troops of that
province will make an attack on Peking.
Thousands Are Homeless
Chicago -Thousands of people are homeless as the result of floods
in northern and central Illinois.
Cold In Alaska
Seattle All over Alaska the weather is below zero. In Eagle the
thermometer is 64 below, in lanaiia 62 and in Nome 20 below.
. .' Korean Bandit Sentenced i
Honolulu Yee Yo Keuk, the Korean bandit, was today sentenc
ed to serve jiot IesSith'au fivn nor more than 20 years at hard labor in
Oahu prison. ' Hfc;wtf9'cdnvicted of first degree robbery.
; 7'Stimsdn Endorses Plan
w as mncion secretary cnrrisoirs pians ior a continental armv
as endorsed bv. the Prgsideut, 'and to be urged by Wilson on his forth
coming-speaking tour, given tinquauuea endorsement today by ex-
Secretary of War. Henry L. Stimson.
Saturday, January 22
Lahaina, Maui Twelvebodies have been recovered ;fr"om the
debries of the 'flood at Iao Valley. More are expected, The Spanish
consul has gone to the scene, to ascertain where help is needed.
Yuan .'Escapes Poisoners
lokio Yuan Sluh kai has so far cscaprd the poison and bombs
of his enemies. Chung Yum, a prominent court official, is under ar
rest, charged with complicity in poison part. y
The Japanese minister lias been tonnally uotihed ot the delay in
Americans Through Germany
The Hague American .members of the Ford peace party have
been given permission to pass through Germany en route to Stockholm.
British Steamer Sunk
Loudon The British steamer Southerland was sunk bv a sub
marine in the Mediterranean on January 17.
Hot Time In Senate
Washington Teuton raids and robberies by the British stir Sena
tors to anger.
The upper house has heated debate over Germany's premeditated
murder of Americans and Britain's attitude. Restraint nf tiontmi
trade starts a flow- of oratory. Senator Williams, of Mississippi,
warns his colleagues that embargo on munitions would put dollars be
fore human life.
Mondell Scores Administration
Washington Mondell, of Wyoming, scores the administtntinn's
policy regarding Mexico. It is not watchful waiting, he says, but
Deaths By Coast Storm
Los Angeles The number of dead as the result of Jthe stnrm i
now definitely fixed at eleven. Four ranches in Arizona were drown
ed in the flood.
King Constantine's Complaint
Athens In his protest, mention of which was made late vfser.
day, King Constantine declares that in occupying Greek territnrv
there has been the most flagtant violation of treaty rights since the
war began, Foreign troops have taken possession of immense terri
tory without leave.
Ireland Heard From
Dublin Despatches made public last night announce tW tlie
Russians operating in Bessarabia have met with severe losses after
having on several desperate fields managed to force their way to Aus
To Relief Of British
London General Aylmer's force, sent to the relief of tlie nr?icti
army beleagured by the Turks, is now close to the Turkish position
President Sooi En Tour
Washington President Wilson will leave Washington within a
week for a tour of the country, making speeches in support of his
General Carter Talks
General Carter, former commander of the Hawaiian department
says that if war comes it will come suddenly, so the country should
be fully prepared. American notes may lead to a quick break at any
time, Federal volunteers should be available for immediate service