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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1916
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That Lusitania Note
Fitchburg President Wilson denied the truth of the statement
made by Senator Lodge respecting that now famous postscript to the
Lusitania note, and declares that he never even so much as considered
such a postscript. Lodge quotes more from the former oflicial. Bryan
points out that his resignation could not have been induced by the sec
ond Lusitania note', as is charged, for the reason that he had left olliee
before that note was written.
Both Sides Are Confident
Honolulu Private advices from the mainland state that the pres
ident and House will run Republican, the Senate being in doubt. On
the other hand, the Democrats are confident that their candidates will
Hughes In Ohio
Columbus In his speech here Mr. Hughes said that energized
Europe after the war would capture American business unless it had a
protective tarilT such as is proposed by the Republicans.
Villa Reports Conflicting
El Paso Conflicting reports are in circulation on the
Villa. The only reports agreeing are that the. bandit leader
of-a large force is raiding in the vicinity of'Parral.
German Lines Firm
Merlin General von Uindenberg says that Germany
west are as linn as a rock.
Labor Vote Independent
Pittsburg The secretary of the Labor Federation states that
labor vote is not tied up to any party and will back suchv candidates
promise support to labor.
Fairbanks Mother Dead
Indianapolis Mrs. Mary Fairbanks, mother of Chas. Warren Fair
banks, died yesterdey at the age or ,S7. She lived a long and useful life.
Honolulu Stock Market
Ilonolvlu Tho stock market is quiet and it is believed it will con
tinue so until after election. Some activity in Mineral Products.
Berlin The French show great and most remarkable tenacity
but are exterminating their own lives by their methods. In the
end none of them will be left, The British have sprung another offen
sive. They will rob France of the remainder of her army and of her
at the head
lines on the
The British have gained some ground between Lesbomfs and
Morval, South of the Soniine, French positions stormed from Maison
villr Farm to Biaches Town taken and 412 prisoners captured.
Bolke collided with another aeroplane and fell behind the Ger
man Hue. He died from the, fall. He downed his fortieth hostile
aeroplane last week.
Horse Transport Torpedoed
London U. S. Consul Ftost has 'reported from Queenstown to
the Embassy here that the British horse transport Marina was tor
pedoed without warning and that he is procuring affidavits from the
survivors. Frost reported that the Rowanmore, recently torpedoed
had aboard seven Americans and several made affidavits that the life
boats, while being lowered, where shelled. There were no deaths on
The crew of the Marina numbered 104 and only 34 landed at
Honolulu News Notes
Honolulu The American Surety Co., bondsmen lor Geo. M.
Marshall, contractor on the Hilo Breakwater job, will pay the laborers
the sum of $3,000 coining to them. The bond company offered to
complete the work, but Marshall refused on October 18, the attorneys
The Republicans begin the final week of the campaign and the
straight ticket will be urged from now to next Monday night.
The sale of the Mahuka site to Castle & Cooke for $475,000 has
been confirmed by the treasury department.
The Lord-Youno Engineering Co. guarantee to make good the
piling trouble it Nawiliwili, Kauai.
Paris System of German trenches northwest of Sailly captured,
The French have advanced as far as Sailly church.
The German made repeated attacks south of Somtne and gained
Monday, Oct. 30
Honolulu Somewhat of a sensation has been caused by the move
of menibpfs of the Chamber of Commerce to cut off the partial control
of 'the Promotion Committee by the Territory.
The water commission, headed by G. K. Larrison, has submitted
a report which is alarming. It is stated in the report that if the use
of water is continued at the piesfcnt ratelhcre will be no artesian sup
ply at all on Oahu in fiftv years.
Sergeant Mitchell, for 25 years in the U. S. army, was drowned
in the surf at Kahala, beyond Diamond Head, yesterday, in sight of
his wife and children Soldiers rescued the wife and children but
were unable to save the old artilleryman. As the body has not been
found, it is thought that it mav have been carried away by sharks.
From The Battle Fronts
Paris Rumania is now, bv hard hitting, beating back her Teu
ton foes, Bucharest claims the capture of two howitzer batteries from
the troops of Gen, Falkenhayn.
The Bulgarians are again threatened by gains of the Allies in
Monastir and Seres reported endangered by the advance of the
Serbs and British.
Entente troops win fights on the Somtne.
Mexican Denies Rumor
New York General Cabrera denies the report in the Suudav pa
pers that Mexico was contem plating an attack on American troops
just before the coining election, branding the statements as baseless
lies. He stated further that the reports came from interests wishing
to injure the de facto government of Mexico.
New Austrian Cabinet
Vienna The Austrian cabinet under the prime minister who was
assassinated resigned in a body and new officials have beer, selected.
The new prime minister is von Woeber, but the names of the others
have not yet been given out. Parliament will be convened soon.
Lodge Statement Denied
New York The accusation made yesterday by Senator Lodge
against the administration in regard to correspondence with Germany
is flatly denied by former assistant secretary of war Breckenridge. The
head of Tuft's college confirms the conversation referred to, however,
telling interviewer that a former cabinet official had told him things
with which Lodge would startle the country.
Hughes In Middle West
Ogdensburg Hughes starts for a whirl-wind finish of the cam
paign through Ohio and Indiana.
Submarine Destroys Norseman
London A sister submarine of the German U-53 set fire to the
Norwegian schooner Regina in the North Sea and destroyed her. -.
Australia Rejects Conscription
Melbourne By a vote of 798,000 to 887,000 Australia has reject
ed the proposal for conscription and compulsory military service.
Wilson In New York
Washington President Wilson is billed to speak in Buffalo Wed
nesday and New York city on Thursday.
Sunday, October 29
Honolulu The big suit of Bishop & Go. against the Waialua
Agricultural Co. has been dropped.
Supervisors Larsen. and Logan say that the city is in urgent need
of more money and advocate bonding.
Fred Waldren, president of the Chamber of Commerce, states
that merchants are tired of having politics introduced into the work
of the Promotion Committee and that the Chamber may take fhe part
control of it from the Territory.
Lodge Makes Grave Charge
Somerville Senator Lodge declares that President Wilson stulti
fied his own note to Germany on the Lusitania affair, The Massachu
setts solon says that a footnote was added to the letter' of protest
telling the German government not to take the statements made there
in too seriously, He cays that Secretary Bryan probably resigned
from the administration because of the trouble caused by his footnote.
Lodge says he has thebe st authority for making this statement.
J. Senda the photographer, wishes to
announce that he will occupy his new
studio in the Tip Top Building, Lihue,
on the 5 th of November, where he will
be prepared to give the very latest and
besi in the photographer s art. The
public is cordially invited to visit the
studio and inspect the different depart
ments. Mr. Senda also desires to say
that his kodak developing and printing
depattment will be the verr latest and
that films sent to him will be ready for
delivery within thirty-six hours.