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3:3 Editio flOXOUJL v -v 0 "hi. . -" OVER PIFTli TEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN KNOWING HOW ., I Wediieday mxm mm pecials I jIRRITORY OFVJ1AWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914 1 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS it 8. & W. Pumpkin, iviilar inY, 20c tin. . . . . . . . . SPECIAL AT IV Victor 'Ital Chenu, regular pi ice, r0e lK.ttl. . . ..... . . . . ....... SPECIAL M ;FoJfrVR Jl.fe . ........ ...SPECIAA Varied Iflh&Tigs, ti -gbUr price, 10c lli. .;;.. . . . . . . .SPECIAL AT 4 HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. i . ' ' r i , ,, , , , , V 'r Turn the Utr3 T7 IPAQFIIC Mis IS wm m Except m 00 Eastern Asm ER, mtmimmR the wRmmECLmE$iwmf will BE wow f JAPA TERRITORY IN PACIFIC. '. ' . " (ASSOCIATED PBESS BY FEDEBAL WIBELESS) VASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 18 That Japan's attitude toward Germany does not mean belligerent operations against German territory in the Pacific Ocean was made clear today. The British embassy here formally notified Secretary of State Bryan that Japan's belligerency will be limited to Germany's posses sions in eastern Asia. .4 V It is authoritaiively known from other sources that Japan's purposes are directed solely against Kaiuchau, the German naval base on the Chinese coast. Japan will not molest Germany's island possessions in the Pacific. f '.: The department today delivered Japan's ultimatum to Germany via .Copenhagen. v TOKIO, Japan, Aug. 18 Addressing an assemblage of merchants, Premier Count Okuma today reiterated: "Japanese operations will not extend beyond the limits necessary for the defense of our legitimate interests. We shall take ilb action that will give a third party any anxiety." . OiLLi.lI yLLu i rneFTR r r " "f" 1 ! vbubij-liil bill yLL (AC-OCIATED PEEC3 BY- FCDEBAL WIEELEC3) , CEAirG IIAI, Ch'na, August 18.The two disabled craters which crtcrcd Ilcr "kcr.-: lart Thursday wef .Jcman trar-ves "icUrli..r . i-uvvr&tructure turrets and barfc;tt, were -.dsmol Utcd, the funnels and masts shot uway. The sides of the sh'ps cro'.strcilici riih blood that li&d run from the. scuppers. ::; - i The news of the arrival of two badly-battered war-vessels in licnkcng was published In the Honolulu "papers last Friday. jx that tine their identity was net known, ' It was believed then mat they were the British warths Minotaur and Hampshire or ine French warships .Duplex and Montcalm. The cable reports lst Thursday nht stated that it was reported in Shanghai that the ships had been in an engagement with the German cru!sers Kcharnhcrst and Gneisenau. The report today that the vessels ate Germans gives rise to the pcss'bility that they are the behamherst and Gneisenau. It is evident that they; have been in a deadly engagement with hostile ships. ; LARGEST VESSEL NOW AFLOAT! RUSHES r 1 i I IK LEIPZIG . . . . HfCQT. II LU1 lULlilli IN 'FRISCO 1171 Mil U .:GEfii:ciiouiiiGtis in SERIOUSLY HURT IflGATTL (ASSOCIATED BY FEDEKAL WIBELEC3) . THE HAGUE,. Netherlands, August 18.--IV-is persjstently rumored that Crown Prince Frederick Will am of Germany, hi? t been seriously wounded in' battle and taken to Aix-la-Chapeile, PruRsia. - Pars believes that it was for A'x-la-Chapelle that the Kaiser left Berlin yesterday. r U t Associated Press by Commercial . Paciac cabie.1 - ; tt" BAN' FRANCISCO, C; Aug. tt tt Matson liner f Wllhel- tt; tt mina has sighted the; German tt I tt mlf l lnrn uuhlch1 ha left SX tt the local harbor, 20 miles south- tt tt west of the Farallone islands and tt . tt headed due west. ' tt I : J.hth.X" cCum.! S mander.in.ch!ef, has telegraphed to the Frendrwar oSScc: ."AU tt is due here tomorrow and may go tt Monday we continued to advance in Upner Alsace. The enemy's tt into drydock. . tt - . j ; . ' : ' . . . . reireai is cusoraerca. iney aDauaonea ineir stores ana ixio.r wounded." : .v'lt'v v;..;.,. 'i.v.'."..; ;! Kaiser Proclaims His Confidence r J- Associated Press servlr by Federal Wireless. BEHLIIT, Germany, August 18. Bef ore leaving for the front, Kaiser Wilhelm issued an imperial proclamation in which he said: 'I am firmly confident that with the help of God, the bravery of i v our army and navy and the unquenchable unanimity of the German ; , people, . victory will crown our cause.1' .;; A' Serbs Claim Important Victory WC-M IUSK, Servia, August 18. It is officially stated here that the j - Tbe Bismarck, launched In the presence of the Kaiser, Is the: largest ship ever built. She is a sister, to the Imperator and thev Vaterland, but slightly exceeds those vessels in tonnage and Is Bonrs three feet longer. Performing the naming ceremony, the girl Countess Hannah von Bismarck said: "By command of his Majesty I he Kaiser, I name thee 'Bismarck'"; but she did not threw the bottle of wine against the ship's bow with force sufficient to break it. At once, the German Emperor stepped forward, seiz ed the cord, and dashed the bottle against the ship. It is anticipated that this vessel may be impressed into naval service. SISIll why food's op Associated Press by Federal Wireless J A SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Aug. lay Robert Oxnard and A A: Brawvn nf Servian forces on the border have defeated a strong Austrian de- the California-Hawaiian Sugar Refin ing Company have been subpoenaed to appear before the federal grand jury Investigating the rise of food stuffs. The Palace, St Francis and Fairmont hotel managers have brought their books and bills to show the federal jurors the increases in foodstuff prices since August 1. tachment disastrously. The Austfians are declared to have lost 14,000 in killed and wounded and 14 cannon. The victorious Ser vians are pursuing them. . 'Jy' 'v-V-;r'.::;.r;;:v;;;:; LEIPZIG AFOUL BRITISH BAX:; SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, August 18. The German cruiser Leip zig, which, came into port to coal, collided today with the British steel bark Lord Templetown, which was anchored in the stream. The yards of the bark carried away the wireless apparatus of the cruiser. The Templetown lost considerable running-gear. It is be lieved the cruiser damaged her bow. i r 1 BRITISH PRINCE TO FIGHT ABROAD LONDON, Eng, August 18. Prince Alexander, Queen Mary's brother, will shortly go into the foreign service, according to an nouncement here. .'; -V v-.vf . -POPE'S CONDITION ALARMING Pxl ' ROME, Italy, August 18. The Pope has an attack of bronchitis. The presence of some fever and metal depression complicates his condition. :X,:-XXXX-''''' - X ''-v.; GERMANS SAFE IN JAPAN ; : . TOKIO, Japan, August 18. Baron Kato, Japanese minister of foreign affairs, has guaranteed that Japan will protect German sub-: jects here in case of an outbreak of war between the two countries. Ill TT O I TI I 1 1 F i ll T V H 11 I I All! I I If 111 lllftll UULLIVrtlV COURT JUSTICE Associated Press by Federal WlrelefwlJ . SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Aug. 18. Matt I. Sullivan of. San Francisco has been appointed to .succeed Chief Jus tics Beatty of the state supreme court, who died a few days ago. MONUMENTS Granite. Marble, : Coping and Iron . Blue Stone Fence. H. E. HENDRICK, LTD. ' TeL 2648 Merchant and Alakea PRESIDENT URGES (Associated Press by Federal Wireless tl WASHINGTON D. O, Aug. 18. U ti President Wilson, in a state- tt tt ment issued today, abjure all tt tt Americans to "beware that, deep- tt tt est, most subtle and most esse n- tt tt tiai breach of ' neutrality which tt tt may spring out of partisanship tt tt passionately taking sides." tt a a a a a a a a a a a a a PROMOTION COMMITTEE TO PR0CEDE SHORTLY ON POSTER PRINTING ; ; ; v; Associated Press servl ce by Federal Wireless.! . . ' ; PARIS, France, August 18 General Joffre, the French com-; a k ttttttttaaatttta tt n a a tt tt TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE RESULTS St. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Boston Chicago-Boston, rain. -At Philadelphia Detroit 3, Philadel phia 2; Philadelphia 2, Detroit 1. At New York Cleveland York 3. At Washington Washington 8. Louis 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Chicago Chicago 8, Brooklyn 6. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 3, New York 1.; ' ;v:-.. . - At Cincinnati Cincinnati 3, Bos ton 1. At St. Louis Si Louis 6, Philadel phia 2.; yy-yy' General Jcflfre continues: "All actions in the past few days have resulted in the Germans sustaining serious losses. Our artil lery has had a demoralixing and fr:ghtful effect on the enemy. We have conquered a majority of the Vosges mountain valleys lead'ng into Alsace frcm which we shall soon attain the plains." V ' '. -: ' .'."-.'.'...' '. . : ' . ' ' - " . LONDON, England, August 18. The serious engagement along the entire Akace-Lorrame border, through Luxemburg and in Bel- 4, New ginm has been progressing ever since Monday, there is gcod reason ' to believe. How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. New York 57 Boston ................. 56 St. Louis ............... 59 Chicago 56 Philadelphia ....... . 49 Brooklyn .......... 48 Pittsburg 47 Cincinnati ....... r. 46 44 47 52 51 55 55 55 59 Pet. 64 .544 .532 .523 .471 .466 .461 .438 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Emil A. Berndt, chairman of the Pro motion Committee.' this afternoon was authorized by E. H. Paris, president of the M id-Pacific Carnival directors, to inform H. P. Wood to make all ar rangements for the distribution of the Carinval posters during his stay on the mainland. Mr. Wood leaves for San Francisco on the Manoa this afternoon. "Mr. Paris told me that as soon as LTL the directors can hold a meeUng the M'REYNOLDS IS PICKED aagm-said BY PRESIDENT TO TAKE'V S -64 i SUPREME BENCH VACANCY Philadelphia Boston .... Washington Chicago ... St Louis Detroit .. New York Cleveland W. 70 56 57 . 56 54 55 47 35 L. 36 48 50 52 51 54 60 79 Pet. .660 .538 .532 519 .514 .505 .439 .307 George Kanoa, who was seriously i Associated Press by Federal Wireless burned in a conflagration at Iwilel1 WASHINGTON, O. C., Aug. 18-lt Saturday night, died at the Queen's Is definitely understood that ; Presl Hospftal early this afternoon as a re- dent Wilson intends to nominate At- suit of his Injuries. He is the second tomey-General McReynolds as assocl victim of the fire, the other being Ed- ate justice to the supreme court, suc ward Holt, Jr., Kanoa's- adopted son, ceeding the late Justice Lurton; The who was killed almost instantly. The successof to Mr. McReynolds is unde cause of the fire remains a mystery, cided. . v "' '';.' ' ' LONDON, England, August 18. Beports received here this morning say that German cavalry patrols were sighted today north . of Antwerp, " Belgiifm. The entire civil guard in the district has I been mobilized and the forts manned. More British Land In France j LONDON, England, August 18. British land forces, prepared, for an expedition inland, were landed today safely on the French coast the second large body of Brish troops reported on the con tinent ready to join with France in fighting Germany. - The composition of the force landed today ia'suppressed in ac . cordance with Lord Kitchener's policy. ) 2 - f 5" J "': German Advance Declared Halted . J : f LONDON, England, August 18. The German advance on Brus sels has been halted, according to news here today. :r f ; No definite news is. available of the progress of the battle now ; believed to be raging along the Franco-German border. The official press bureau of the British government merely announces that there have been no British casualties. . " - ' 1 JAPAN TO WITHDRAW AMBASSADOR TO GEB11A1TY ; WASHINGTON D; August 18. Japan has , requested that the United States take charge of the Japanese embassy at' Berlin as a "case of emergency.'! This is a further indication , of the formal severance of relations between Germany and Japan. : j v SAYS AUSTRIAN TOBPEDOEB DISABLED ; -b U ' -; " : LOIfDON, England, August 18. The Central News agency says ; that an Austrian torpedo-boat struck a mine off Pola, the Austrian r H ' naval base on the Adriatic Sea near . the entrance , of the Gulf cf . Venice. . It is reported there was only one survivor.