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u:T7vr) Vjvttvmvh 'TUeWay. JULY 17, 1917,-SEMI-WEF.KT.Y.
on siiti in
Committee Announces That No
Work Will Be Taken, Up Unti
Replies On Reforms and Peace
Terms , Be Definitely Given
HURRIED COUNCILS . '
HELD IN EVENING
Situation Is Not Cleared Up and
Tenseness Is Noticeable. When
. Imperial Proclamation' Is Not
: Made By Emperor As Expected
v (AssoclaUd Press By V. 8. Naval Oom-
. muni cation - Berries) ' ,
OPENHAGEN, July 14 The
German eichstaa; it ,on
, strike and the Kaiser has. sum
moned von Hindenburg and Luh
dendorff into a hurried council.
t The situation politically is. far
om. clearing up and a general
tenseness la governmental circles
is apparent .;' ; : ;
:.. The reichstag main committee
. yesterday announced thatjtvvs
the decision of the majority not
to consider any of. the work be
fofer it Qntil definite action.' had
been taken to clear, up the situ
ation brought about by the de
mands for. electoral" reforms and
the Insistence o( : the eichstag
that Germany's, war 'aim l and
' peace terms be definitely; prorrtui-;-ga'ted.
Yesterday th t pee ted Imperial pro
clamation did aot materialise, but in
structions wers given, by ths kaiser-to
, hi ministers t draw ap for prrncnta
. tioa a bill - providing for- equal Mat
. t rage throughout is Empire. i
: Annoum-etaent of 'tha s'ieiniaanl af
vo Hcthcoaaa-ilollwcg, taei imperial
chancellor, by tha kaiser haa started a
atorm gathering, in tha.eapital of ,Oen
many's chief ally, Auttria. . V.; ; ,
', Austria baa made protest to Berlin
sgMttHt'thS dropping of the chancellor,
declaring it a fatal mtake. ' r -
, ( tha other hand, tha Catholic pa
ty ia Germany aaya that Hollweg- w
entirely on suited to peace negotiations,
aiaea he waa 'tha one who bad declared
war..- ;: '. i- 't. i --,-(..
' t'olish member of tha reichatag to
day interpellated tha retiring ' chan-
. eellor an the deportations' of thousands
.' of .fdles Is Germany. It 4a Alleged- thv
were dragged from their. bomeeMllegel
lvand feiied to labor for tha Germans.
Tha eriticjsu ef this waa bitten f -
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J k A .' f
Airplanes Help Merchantmen, In
Defense Against U-Boats
(AJSHtdated Press By U. B. Naval Coot
; w- amnicatioa Service) 1
PARI8, July 13 Three French vV
' tela of "m'ore: than 1(100" tona and oar
of Im than that aire were tubmarined
bf th enemy during tha week juat
euded. " " '' f
It wi announced today that during
the month of Vy French airplanea at
tacked fourteen aubnarinea. , I'
SEATTLE TO BUILD,
; NEV. FRENCH STEATi
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(Aaaociated Preaa ay TJt S, Naral Com
. Bunleatloar Sarrleef .
SEATTLE, July , IV Contracta fr
' the canatruntion. af. tw ateel ataaai-
aliipa wren awarded yeaterday. by tke
J-'rrac h ' ffoveraiqeat to- the. -Daatala
Hhiuhnildinir Yarda, tha eoutraet price
being '$3,(M)fl.W)0i ' The' ecrntrtet kaa
ben furually approved f by the alii p
piug Jjtard- ' i. ', . j, '
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WOMAN MURDERER IS 1
.-.'. SENTENCED TO DEATH
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Aaiioctated Pirn By V. 8. Navai Com-
- mnnicatlon Berytca)
irAKTl'X)ttB1 July Ji A jury, today
broHfiit In a verdiet of murder la the
. f n-t da;ra nfctii nat M m Amy A'ehar
fli'lufn, i haiRKd with bavlag poiaonad
r-niiMIn Andrwa a iumata of bar
hi;' r fur elderly petipla. .The death of
Andrewa and tba trial of Mra.Oilllgaa
hytt atirarted, emntry-wid attention.
! Immediately) after, the verdict' waa
r tiirwed. tU jiidtfe, arntenced Mra.
Uilligau to be Lauded on November (J; ,
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War Department To
Driven From .Anw
Governor of ; New Mexico Acts
Under 'Request ' of' President
and War Department" Orders
General Ben; To, r Hold Them
At Columbus : ;
(AaaocUtad Preaa By TJ. 8. Karal Con
EL PAflO,- Jnly 'li General Bell,
rotnmander of tha 1 Southern Depart
ment laat night received order from
the war department to rare for and
maintain the I. W. . W. ledera and
trlVera and a(ittore who were forei
bly deported from Biahee, Arizona. 1I
ia watraetad to have them taken to
Columboa, New Mexico, from Her
mano and' hnlf in ramp there. They
are aot to . be military prisoners. th
rdera aay, although advieea from Her
manaa taut mgnt akid ' that they bar
beea "arrentair" bt the aheriff anl
lepntie. v . "
' llermanoa deapati-hea , received yea
terday afternoon ami lt evenine, tab'
that tha twelve hundred I. W. W. aifi
tatikr Htwirinit eVAm ntnluMt ' Apihaum
who- have been marooned there, aftei
beinn turned back from Columbuft, will
reach that ' alt ' aeveTthelena. Thej
have already been placed nailer a tree'
by i the atate authorities and Will be
k.i.i ..u. .n ik.;. ,1;..I
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pomtion ia decided upon.
President Expremaa Anxiety
Thia is in accordance with the re-1
qneata'of rreKliient-Wilson made to
ib governor ef New Mexico, whil
aket that atei lie taken to presort
order ; and to prevent any. araied (huh
between the eiticena- and the agitator
Ia order to prevent the I. w. w. mi,
from aeatterintr'and provokinc furlhei
trouble, the (rovenior iaaneil an ordei
of the wnoieaale arraat yMter4av, tat
order being carried out last uiglit
when the abend -with fifty deputie
and erompanied by ' the district at
torney arrived there. 1
The - agitatora will ; be taken to
Columbus and will he held by the
Hate, pending federal "action. Federal
officials, acting nnder President WU-
en'a oraera, are cooperating with the
tate officials. Tha mea - Will be put
ato camp at Colunibna and treated hu
manely, ye.- ' -" i ' i.
The mea themaelvea have apnealel
to tha President and to the secretary of
war . against' tha treatment they say
they have received, but no reply has
ttea) received from either official. The
men are now being fed by the-army,
however, General Bell, ''commanding the
Southern- Department, having sent here
V truck load- of, provisions. ;The tem1
porar amp thiytare' kftw; pfceupying,
haa been made 4initatryr. nnder tha dL
raotioaa of the1 aheriff, and the- men
Have settled down to await further ij
ttrnetioaa as to what they moat do.
Among the deported one Is Wlllinm
B. Cleary, a well known attorney poli
tician mad labor agitator who haa beea
tha counsel for vnionixta and strikers In
Arikona for a umber of years. Ha is
the ' unofficial head of the party and
arts as spokesman. The twelve hun-
Iroil deported men are nearly- all
niiaera, with a sprinkling 'of small busi
nesa men. i.
Arc Taken Trom Homea
According to what these men telL the
itiaens of Bisbee,1 armed, visited .their
homes and boarding houses and march
ed them for three milea to; the Warren
rain-ond- atatioa, ' "where" they bad 'a
freight' train waiting. The deporters,
a-ddition to the Tinea and Buns they
-arried, had a machine gun mounted on
an automobile, with whiea they drove
he- strikers and strike sympathizer
tlong tha road. - ' :--i .
rrala Baavuy Qiiarded '. At-
Tha train was heavily guarded whea
it pulled out for Columbus and flntil it
reached' there after being turned back.
At this point the guards catered one
of the ears, cut it looeo frosa the train
and polled out, leaving the deported
nee atrandel, without food, without
money and with no engine to take their
raia-awav. . - ' ..v
President Wilson, in hii meaaage to
the Governor, after asking that the le
Mrtei meit he taken care or temporar-
ly,- said i "Meanwhile there ia great
langer if the citizens take; the? law into
their own hands. I look with grave
apprehension uHn such a possibility J"
' It wai learueil Irom the ueporieti
mea that the deinaads of the strikeVf
are aimed to bring about recognition
by1 'the companies of committees ap
pointed by the unions,, privilege. ot
onion orgaaiaers on company property,
representation on the hospital boards
tnd the discharge of non onion miner.
SEATTLE. Julv 13 United Btatei
Attorney Clay Allen said today that
bo government ha decided immediate
y to eliminate any German domination
it ti I- w, W. organisation, ,: '
'1EWPAPERMAN NAMED -
PORT NAVAL OFFICEF
(Aaaociated Praia By U. & Naval Cotd
mnnicatlon Bervtca) .
BAN FEANCLSCXI, July 13 Johi
rrby, former ' new spapermaa and no
secretary to United Htatea Henator
Pbelan, hna beeu named a naval omeei
of the port of fian oKraneiaco.
lis aueceetls J list OS Warded, who wai
fcppolnted Thursday Collector-of Inter
hal revenue in place of J. J. Hentt
Heott was removed' by President Wil
rollowinir bis indictment for em
CAN YOU AITOBD THE JLIBK?
Were yon ever seised with a' aevere
attack of cramp eolie or diarrhoea
without a bottle of Chamberlain 'a Co-
lie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy io
tha house Don't take such risks. . A
doaa or two will cure you before a doe-
tor could possibly be culled, and it
never . fail even in the most aevere
aad dangerous cases. For aae by All
Dealera, Hensou, Huiith A Co., Acent
for Hawaii. ' '
' ; DIE WHEN
(Associated Tress By J g. Naval
LONDON, July 14 iMore than six hundred
men on th British battleship Vanguard were
instantly killed July, 9, when the vessel was de
trtiyed by an internal explosion, thalscattered'
fragments of the steel hull over
sent her to the bottom a few moments after. the
Only three men' of her crew survived the explo
sion and were puked up by the patrol boats from
the other vessels of the squadron, and one of these
survivors died shortly after, from the injuries' he
Had received. . . . '.v - -;
'Fortunately twenty-one officers and seventy-one;.
menilers of her "trew vere ashore at the time of
the explosion. t"" , ' : : .' ",t
The destruction of the Vanguard recalls the
Not. Heard, FroW. Since She Sailed
'From Hamburg La'st August j,'
; 1 . With Valuable Cargo!
Hawi.taJ tMM w- rr w.-.i nnn.
r ,iuy.i in.
INeuste Nacbrichten admlta ' that the
mercantile aubmarine Bremen waa lot
with a valuable 'cargo, :
Th'e commercinr a'ubmartne Bremen
nailed from Hamburg last August, and
infortunnteJy has .not been beard of
since. . Bhe carried a large parcel of
American share. The proprietors of
part of the share hove applied to the
railway, demanding duplicates of the
shares on the gronud that the Bremen
and the Whole eargo were lost. The
railway complied wltH thia request and
made out a new paper, against1 deposit
of adequnte guarantees. As the orginal
obares constitute a price with' the ship
it I desirable that he whereaboots of
the Bremen be made known, especially
in View of -the above-meationed com
laerelal transaction. ' . " t
RRSf DRAFT DOES
Heglsti atiofi' Here 'Appear Jo Be
.For Use Later;'' , -
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(Associated Press By IT, & Kaval Com
' munieatlon Bervlce) ' ' i
WASHINGTON', 3uiy j.V-AnVou.riee-ment
wa made today that587,OO0 men
will be called out in the first draft for
"he new army. ' ' 1 .. ).,
No qnota ha bees prepared for Ha
waii. The California quota is 23,0(50,
The plan allows for credits to be givSS
for enlistments of regulars and guards
men aa of June 30. , BrnaM buttons
will be given those exempted from aer
vice. .-.. --- v.. ,. ,.
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Since the registration will not ' ba
held in Hawaii until after the draft Is
completed on the mainland for the first
army of 6X7,000 men, it seems evident
'hat unless special provisions are an
nounced here later the draft from these
Inland will not be made for the first
irmy but will likely be ineloded in the
second draft made in the State. J
advices on the subject bad . been re'
ceived here up to last night. ", . ,:'
Six Killed and Many Hurt When
Americans Fight Foreigners (
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(Associated Pros By TJ. 8. Naval Com-
munieatlon Bervlcs) i
ST. I.OI JH, July 14 Six were killsd
and. between forty and fifty Injured
near Flat River, St, Francois' county,
about fifty milea aouth of hero, accord
ing to reports received lnt night. Th
trouble arose between' American and
foreign miners, which haa been grow jag
in intensity and bitterness 'for eavcrnl
days past until they culminated ia raee
riots yesterday. Th report do not
give details of the flfrhting nor which
faction sustained the heavier losses, j
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FOR MOVING TROOPS
(Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com
muication Bervlcs) ?
PARIM, Jy 13 Pruparing for!Jhs
movement of the American troops td
the war front, Bed Cross canteens,
lunches and disiiensuries have been1
opened at various railway sfatibns'
along the line which the Americans f
Uenernl rershincr toduv Uatied a orofl-
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tarnation to his tronns ordering the
onorlnif of the rrench national holt'
day lomoi'row, the anniversary of the
rail of the Bustilc, to lo observed by
'all the Americun troop.
LOSS OF SUD
RACE RIOT BREAKS. . '-
OUT jjj jyj ' ' jy
VA NGUA Rt 'IS DES TROYED
f pinicing Of the
rteei over ner
Suspended In Cuba
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(AMociatod Pros By tT. B. Naval
- oommanleatfon Senric ; '
HAVANA; Cuba, July l-v-Preai:
dent Menesnl, In a presidential pro
elamst en issued Irst night, baa u)
pended the ' constitutional - gaaran
teea through ont the republie and
haa ' called special session of con.
'gres to eonnider a grave sltuation
- No' detail covering the aituation
hav been published. i. . ;
Pro:Qerman Campaign. Is Waged
In South America and Reta-1,
. ' liator Measures Likely . . ;
(AssocUted Press By U. S. Kaval Con
.- .WASHUTOTON, July , laVr-Thyough;.
Oaf 8outh Ameviss as energetic anrea-
ttictcd, anti-Amoricas" eamphigm 'ha
Slrtady been laonched, the Object be-
iniT'to discredit the Cnlted Htatea com
meieiolly ; and .to prevent the trad
whiih ha beoa lost to -Germany front
eatubluhlng itself In' channels Americs
vrards'. ' Th eompniirn is pro-Oermss
and la being eoadscteit along the. wl)
rseogaixoa uermaa iincv witboot re
gard to truth er' fair pea.- . " .
Mo well established are the fact
known to tbs authorities here that it i
suggested ' that' the United Btatea re
taliato by refusing to permit American
exports t( be sent. to Ihowe countries
which.' ors tolerating the presence of
the German propagandist. .-
In one conntryr from which he stats
detjartment; las , received' !fanj reports,
through it consular agents; Hhs Ger
man mercantile interest a are being op
duly ' supported' fn' their campaign by
the German consul. . ..
. It probable that before any retal
iatory, measures are decided .opon Tep
rescufation 11I be made to the gov
ernments of those certain countries cov
ered by the reports. . ,
I Wshingprf Legation Is Informed
-.-, Monarcnisis uvertnrown, ,
(Associated Prsas By TJ1. B. Naval Com
Yl '.; : mnnicatlon Bervics) '(v ; '
:'. ASOTNOTON,' July iThs , Chi
nese legation here late today hsd a
cablegram from Peking 'that tha mon
archists . have been- overwhelmed . aud
have--all surrendered. The ' republican
victory is complete. Gen.' Chang Haun
haa taken refuge ttr th Dutuh legation
and quiet i restored, . ..
'A' cablegram from Shanghai aay th
rCDubliCan forces" inAav luunnhed tl'
the harbor, and Vhiany miles inland,
attack" on th royalist forcea in' Pek.j'T'Mory McAdoo ysstei day issued a
Inrr tth a roin I general order to the ofliciuU of all elis
or artillery monition, machine guna and
bomb from airplane Upon the Capital
city. Hix foreigner watching the 1
fighting were wounded, - ' - 1
troop have "surrendered in the Tempi I
of Heaven after S two-hour fight. Gen. '
Chang Hhuu, the royalist' general, haa
l reported that 3000 imperial
taitea refuge la the Dutch legation. I
. 'Tientsin advices were that 6(100 re
publiea'na ars ready to attack the For-Li
bidden City owing to the refusal or
f;e roVafiNls to urbitrats. There ill
tmr Chang Ilsua's artillery will bom
lard th legation, f Minister Wng Th
Haien, 7orAtgil' secretary, ha goti to
Peking to. negotiate with tbs legation
people. ! . ; , ."' ; .' ..!
. ' montnat1oa Bsrvtcs) '' v l
I WARiriNOTtW. Julv U--Tbe n-
i.tl... A .1 ..., .., h
a i - i ,.i
n u i r I (I II I ".1 1 1 in buii Bl.l I i
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v i . '"-v mo i' n wim m - -- ,
.,...luln ... ...in ..n.r...l
.v. - in-'"" " . mu , . y w . -, .vw.
witk 'tha announcement that an ad IK
tlonal war appropriation of four .Ml-
Uou Vill b Sakfcd of itonyruH.'
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oattlesliip Bulwark, earlier in the
war, vnMt somewhat similar circumstances.
The crash caime while the great battleship, which
had a hormal diplacertient of 19,250 tons was lying
ct anchof,( her torpedo nets triced out on . their
booms and hef patrol ooats on duty guarding Her.
Tli'' f-rKoraflnrf a rif tt rati i.- .. ,
w. ... .-,!, were nearu ior
was one of a clas-i o! ihree suoer
1 dfeadnaughts, and was launched February, 191Q,
at the Vickcrs1 yards. At,'her 6rst speed trials she
.slightly better than twenty-two knots ovef the
measured, mile,' her turbine engines giving her
more nan iweniy-ioun inousand Tiofse power de
livered at, her four screws. : 1 1 . s '
w She"was,armed.with ten;12-in,ch, fifty caltbct
tiflctTguns, and ejghteen 4-inch broadside, and waf
armored with nine find three-quarter-inch Krupp
vitais .. . ...
Executive Writes Representative
- Mann, and Ask! Passage of
(Associated Press y TJ. 8. Kara! Ootn-
, : wABuiinuTON, Jury , 14 Btronf
pressure i being brotiaht to bear b
thev President 'for, the paa go of the
original iooii control biU' Whh eoms o
At. - . . ...
mo iruiotw4i : amendments '. that an
causing .telay- eliminated. Ha yester
day wrote to KepretenUtive Mam
recommending that the bill inchidi
Only control of food, 'd atuffa an
fuel and that control of minerals as
metala be eliminated.' It ia nnderatood
that the question of prohibition a'
covere.1 by the clauses that have beer
so bitterly debated were aot iliacusseil
in to letter.' .'. , ' - .." . t
i Progreaa . with, food control lecrisla
ion wa slow. in the senate yeaterdaj
ami irom tne opening" to the close o
the snssion'the -debet draggetl along
- The tetliousaesa . of ; the debate ami
the manner is - which provision af tei
provision ia being foueht ia exaspeTat
ing.to tbe aduiiuistration and. WiUton
la evidently determine to seen re early
and favorable action and to leave nc
effort untried; to bring about .the ao
lion which, he believea eeaential to the
immeaiate neeia or- tha 'country,
Staternent That No Further Dis
' agreement Is Expected issues ,
(Assodatsd Press By TJ. a Kaval Com-
manlcation Borvlos) ;
WABHlNGfON.' July li-A atat
ment Issded'last night aay that H is
nor expected that there win be any di
agreement with the1 -poUey for which
General' ftorthnl ttanda' when the pro-
Tram or tha nipping board Is an
pdunced. '.v'i- .-' ' r s-',;-.
'This taVen to mean that- there has
teeA a final settlemeitt of long extend
ad controversy an to' ateel of wooden
vessel and thst th d'eittoe. will- br
altogether in favor of the contention
nf General Oocthal. , . v r.
Secretary McAdoo,. Issyes, Order
Restraining, Giving. Inf ormatiori
(Associated' Press, By TJ. 8, Kaval Oran
' i " mnnicatlon Sol-rice) '
. .YA8HINGTQN, Jply lvf-I; Order
tv mu away wun ai coniucting ruier
regarding the giving out of maritime
news for .publication Secretary of the
tomo- M,e to give out hereafter o
ws rvRsrdinif .shipping Whatever; '
. B '"Vl,'" Ib'srisatiobViegarding
"hipping wfil t0 msde-publltf through
(Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com
PETBOflhVAD. July I3-Ths Finnish
liet pniwed 'on ' second reading today
the tiill- providing for virtual indepen
dence for the Fiuns. The Hossisn pro
Vuiional government will not allow fin
land to determine finally her relation
wits mmns. Kossian extremists, how
bill'' iD f Independence
nunur niiimi- . i viiiui l
BUT. CREWJS RESCUEp
(Asnclat4 Preaa ttw TT Wa-.i
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WAHlN(n'(lH T..1- i pi.. i
. . , I - '"J " iud oilier'
icsa harlienlln U1I,I..J. v
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nnk bv's suTimSrlne. All of tha r
were rescued, according to information
kaLotlmil av,,.l.. a as- l . a - a - . I
: FOR INDEPENDENC
VP DRIVEN FRO,'. I
Secretary Daniels Begins Strict
. ' Investigation of the Social Con
editions of the Vicinity of All the
1 Great Naval Stations On Both
(Associated Press By XT. B. Kara! Com
- mnnicatlon Berries) - -
'WASHINGTON, July 14 ths nsvy
lej.artmest ia determined to, tUXl the
vicinity of all naval station i of the
dement' sf. vicious "hihgeri i. Prostl
flte and their tike, cheap kaloons, low
live and (lane hall and all the host
if resorts that make money by flebe
ng th simple bluejackets will have
ilecamp apeedlly, If the plan pro
mulgated yesterday by Secretary Das-
iels, , are - carried, into effect ss ' he
wishes and expects. . .
. '-The secretary announced last nigh;
hat he intends to'beein a atric.t in
vestigatlon of the social condition in
h communities aurrounding the quar
era of marine 'and sailors, and thai
Irastic measure will be takes at once
o dean them of air the social parasitee
nai nave oeen a pert to the depart
.nent-for'yeara. -.'v j : ,'.
..- In Newport, Rhode Island, one of
he greatest of all the naval atationr
m the 1 Atlantic .t Coast,.'' orders hsve
een' issued by the admiral is com
nand that naval aniarda shall be sta
loned in the tice district with orders
.0' prevent the' entry of any man ia
uniform into' the bawdy houses Of the
section., .-' v
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Arthur Henderson Back From Pe-
' trograd Says Situation There'
Is More Hopeful
(AssocUted Press By V. 8. Kaval Com
v- mnnicatlon Bervtcel -'is
LONDON, July. 14- Arthur, Hen..ier
pn, member of the British, war cab!
net. aad repreaeniina the Hritish. So
ialiit-party, wno Has been in Rsai
-vuvrriun wiib mo leauera ok me rev-
luton ther, ha returned to thi Vity
nn oz commence in the mttir of thl
bow. rebubllc' and of the -Slav, people
is a vuai-ractor ta tbs war againai
Germany, vi. j .,-r". '. r - 'f -'. v'.-"
; in a statement -mail last night Mr
Henderson declared, that -What has im
'tfessed him noet Was the visibly grow
ng spirit of hopefulpes on th iarl
it the Kuislnn 'poeple," whd,' hOWover1
'ecogniM th neKl tor great. Car I
ivOiding the political; dangers that
itlU conf rout . the aew nation, in iU
tasangs from monarchial to democratic
institution.-' ' . j,. '' :','', '
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(Associated Press By U. B. Naval Oon
nmnlcaUon Service) ' ' ;
'WASHINGTON, July IS 'V Genera
loethakt,' bead "of ,tbe United Btatei
umergeucy Ship Corporation, toilay of
'erred a contract to ' two governmert'
ilaata to buildfour hundred steel 'mer
bsnt ships, ftie eiert to product
LiKM .000 ton of shins tor tha areas
Var fleet within 18 months, ' H plani
o rommandeor 1,500,000 ton of ahip-
dug under iConBtruction i now. for pri
Vat account. . -.-
fOKIO UNIVERSITY "
: 1 WOLDS: COMMENCEMENT
(SpaeUl OshUcrsak to Hlpsa 71J1) -'
TOKIO, July 13 Th Imperial Unl
versity or l ohlo hem its annual com
nencciricnt exercises yesterday. Em-
ieror Yoshibito sttended ths exercises.
presenting th honor-student ' with
WatCh. ' ' ' ' .''.'; ': ' '' r'..'-
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JJ ". . y trouble " 4nd
a it hard to keep ap
aer' daily-, worn
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w b a stooping
aad aiek, "blue,"
servous ' or dis)
spells make homi
lif dreary A
tivs kidney brint
baek vigor. healtL
and a pleasure is
Thousands' of w
mon say that
Tina n T)j.1.MMkA
Kidnev Till have meant li n
hem. iftoo Sidneys arc weak, try
I bo. '.'''.'. i '.''. ' '
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ber tba.Name.", Dont slmolv sk for
s kidney remedy-ssk diatiactlr for
uoma sacsacos . ivianey tmu and
take" no other; Doaa Backachs Kid
ney Pills ar sold by all druggist and
store-keeper at 60s a bos, (six boxes
8.60) or will bs mailed oa receipt of
pries by th Hollistsr Drug Co., or
Benson. Smith V Coj siren t for thai
Hawaiian XInd. Advettiaowcnt. 1
OFFERS CONTRACT TOR.
' FOUR HUNDRED SH PS
. ' ml -.': 7
Important. Positions-Are Taken,
More. than a Thousand Prison-:
, ers and Five Heavy Qunsr With
a Nunbcr- of ' j Machine Guns
HEAyy ARTILLERY. DUEL "
7 REPORTED BY FRENCH
" ' ' ' ' - f.'. t -vfc .
- . .9 AjJ , . . v..,. , .. ,
British Repprts Say Fevy; Prison
ers Lost In. Flanders: Except
..."Among Wounded, and Series of
; fiaids North of. lens" Checked
"i. . .V. .- .';." " -.- ,'... --., :
(Associatod. Press By TJ. 8 HsvaJ Ooro
' ; mnnicatlon Bervlcs) -
NEW YOflK, July l4-press.
. ,i .ino steadily .on, the Rusv
slans,. ia Galicla, are breakinQ
intQ the.2lota Lipa line, attempt
ng to drive still deepef and vvier
the wedg thrust forward from
Stanislaus The" tip of' this
wedge', is; directed . towards the
Xalusz-Lemberg .railroad, line :at
a point between Dolina and StyrL
Doling now lies twenty miles to
the ; southwest of the' Russian
juroyt ;.with Styrl twenty-five
miles td M northwest : ;
.' Th eaptur of Stryl,' oa of th Imv"
portsmt towns of Eastern Oaliela, wJU
;-ut General Komiloff ia such a position
aa fo outflank the main Teuton Hn de- ,
rfnding Lemberg and will fore its rs-
irement ,' for - forty milea to th Bug
itivsr, and possibly still further back
th defeat .. line ; prepare.1. before .
Prtemysl , Tbo Austro-Oertnann havs -held
the Zlota Lipa line for more than
year now, tbttBnastaa-offensiv at
that time being held-by thee defenses.- .
In. the capture of Ksluss, Komiloff
ook' more than a thousand prisoners,
Bvs heavy guns' and a number of ma
hme gun, k. v ,- ,'. ; . ."
; T'arther north r along the Busslan '
fronts there -ar increasing lndieationa '
f a resumption of beavy lighting, es
,eeilly along that- section, of th line
that skirts th Pripfet msrshes, near
i K'mirui soaaisn onen-
;dv In Bumanla tusy be expected at
any time. '. .- -r tJ -,- : . v
There, has been no infantry fightings
long the Krench front, but the day
wa marked- by a tremendona inoteaa
. n th artillery nghting, from St. Quen
tin, on the extreme west of th French
'ines,, along the A bine and Champagne
'ront and to theMeose, in th Verdun
lector, where the big guns ar at work
n both bank. ,'
. The French airssen were also partic
ularly busy, driving baek and deetroy
& the German air spotters. 1 Ten Ger- ;
man Machines -wer destroyed whirs at
tempting to-assist their artillerymen,
'hess dropping -bsck' of. ths French
'lnetf :-t! '. .v. ;. -. i- y
Describing the recentj.Oerman sue
.ess upon th' western li;S in Flanders,
when a sectton of British trenches wss
aptured ; and - . ths defenders either
killed or taken prisoners, a ' despatch
rOm the British headquarters in
Francs saysi- .n .-.
"TheOerman attack upoa our linea
Oong the Belgian Coast on Tuesday
vaa a miniature duplication of the re
eut' JJrltiHh 'attack against ths Mas-
tines positions, mad on June 7. .Ap
uirently therOermans havs sdo)ited our
netho.l for Uiio operation aad with the
ae of high explosive shells thev ob- .
iterated the fortiflcatious which they
an prepare i ineniseives Dn wqic th
iritiK had recently taken from them.
"The British holding -. ths isolated
lector attacked . fought, bravely to the
nd - and against- overwhelming odda.
fh Germans Claim that they took 1U50
.iriHOuers, but : this cauuot be. ' Few
Prisoner were taken except the wound"' '
d. Our men fouuht uutil onlv a rem-
liant of their" fore aurvlved and th
jreater part of this remnant swam th :
j'ser and reached our supporting Uses.
Had the bridges'- not been 'destroyed, ."
ind thd escape gf the British thus rut
..ff, th greater part of th 'eighteen
mndretl men. In tbs aectbr would have
been sbls to fall tack.' ' ' .
Yesterday, ' according 'to an official
'espatea from Iomlon, the British car
iad out a series of raids against ths
lemiau south of Ilullych; to the north
f Lens, takifig a few primmer and
isstroylng.a number of enemy out
oat. . Germnu ralilers were also busy, ,
triking ths British lines i tu Flanders
outheunt. of .Cavrell .,. ud' east of '
-tieuport. Theao raidsrs wer driven
ill, i. . -',' ; ."',' '
ii ...a '' . -
1ILL IN; CONGRESS PERMITS-
Acllng1 on the ncffeflon 'of promi
nent persons In the Territory a bill
bss been introduced In tbs lower hous
of eongre which would make it pos
tible to enlist Filipino in the national
guard. Ths measure la still oendinir.
but it is uaderstood that every effort .
will be brought to bear to get th
solon in Wasblnc-ton to annrove it. aa .
I V J ' . I 'i i '. .:.
I I ' , .
It i regarded as most importanj, for
th Territory.'," . ., : , -,: .'- j :.