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Manchuria, Oct 2. For Ban Franclscoi ' Mongolia, Oct 6. P rem Vancouver: .- Indefinite. for Vancouver: Indefinite. , ETenlng Bulletin. Est. 1882. No. 5973. JIawailan Star. Vol. XXII. No. 7013 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914. -11? PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENT3 - osx ci I In n m 1 1f 1 ir ........ . !-..."..',- FjTa Tl (G&nmans Mais . V mi mmm AT 'eiieidoiis vsmmm Ailempft JO 2 EPSG Sims BRmsii nnini n fii n n vo r n n n n BUwraniSfiir mm m wear s ot KAISER'S MEN CHANGE TACTICS .TO AVOID BEINGPUf- GET JDON ESS FLANKED; AND MAKE DESPERATE EFFORT T THROUGH ALLIES' LINES AT; ALBERT, SAYS 'L an::ouncememt berun claims steady pro ' fAssocIited Press 8errlce by Federal Wireles.J : LOUDON, England, Oct. 1. It is. announced-here that, a r.ndan army cf a million men will soon join the presenfforces in Poland and Germany, for the principal attack kainst Ccrmany.-;i-;.j:: ; ; ' BERLIN. Ocmany, Oct. 1. Last night's official stateadt says: "Tha hestila forces advancicar north and south of Alben which is IS mile's northeast of Anlcnsj have been repulsed. ; 0 'In' Arcms we are prcsresslng steadily and slowly. "His enemy's' attacks' on Alsace and Lorraine and Ce res Live teen rcpukca...'--- r-:'. 'trs'lJ?) ' There h no news o the situation on the eastern bcier.V Vos- 141 "' w i I'm rc.w.!! ,t Oct. i umi Li -3 tt. ths frcnt vrfth th Allies, ;-t:!:aFh!3-.ci: ::r.z:z IkiXi Z-iirs Tell of iiiamil to Cut Thb -The ccrrcrpondent of the Lonin Daily date'ef ;rd:r. tzrs that after many forced marches aod.costN running 'rf 2 C;rman3 have realized that it is impossible :to void be II : ee jnliinj this; says'iHe ' ccrrcsposdsnWjthe'-Oer-;. t:et::: ar.d tried to 'drivea wede through tie Allies' r '.:,t rue: eeicd, it is said. ; The'r massed arpery-be-r. t : n L 3 t'cml irdmet in an efTcrt to cut through to Allies. : r ':.y thb Germans gained perceptibly. On Ilondir French .f;re:m:nl3 arrived. The famous 75-millimeter quickfing guns Fren eh checked the German advance. v. Cn Tue: Icy the Germans gamely persisted, but yiejsly failed -Ley then tcjan the tcmbardment of , Albert, whicl is unfor '. h2 tc-.rn i3 raid to have been utterly destroyed. . "."CHID, Japan, Oct. 1. (OrZcial)- ohtinf has been j-: tl i.iacee:aa. xta utiiiu. uvv uuwua wo : :::t::n3,'aarcp!anc3 aeekting. One German tor? cjo-boat and v :r;ne:3 mine-svrceper was sunk, another mine-svieper- being (Aecerding to the'lateet reports in Ilonolulu, :t" at Tsintau now consists cf only three small te German ruisers and rr.IinrO, China, Oct. 1 A carrier pigeon arrivir: here from -1 au trin-rs wcrd that the Jar ancse lest 1700 kied and 00 in the recent fighting, while the German loses are declar trogrccs Lcde by I b Allies rA?.n, France, Oct. 1. Oflcial announcement tday says:; . "The general situation is the same. T7e contind to make pro- en cur left, ncrtlTcf the Eiver Somme,;and el our right, in ruthem 7oevre district" TT V Ham Llarshal of Frarze LCirDOIT, Eng, Oct. 1. A despatch from Bcrdius; temporary :reh capital, to the Havas News Agency says thatalthough there ; I : en no marshal cf France since 1875, a decrccof the govern; -, dated Ceptember 3, fixes the salary cf 'the pee at; 30,000 neo, indicating that the highest pest in the Frkch army, will :l!y be 'filled.; v; V'::-': J:-: -;' V ' I '''S ' TL; bestowal cf this signal honor upon some cicer as yet un- -: d i3 thought to be highly significant of the government's opti- due to 'develcpments cf the:war.:'i'.,r v''y nmTismsHipmm - - . . v - CALLAO, Peru, Oct. 1. The Kosmds liner Maia arrived here 7 erlrirg the crew of the British steamer Bikfidd which '--: 1 7 the German cruiser Leipzig cf Eten; Fei T The steam- ' c-r-o cf C-vD,C0D wcrth cf Ugir. f Mandamus Suit Begun to Com pel Officials to Count Votes For Candidates NEW PRIM ARYAW AND G. P. P. STATUS INVOLVED Four Republican Candidates on ; Oahu Claim Election By ; . Majority Vote : j '; . A legal fight, though a friendly one, that'wlll give the new direct primary law a severe test aa well ad determ ine whether "half a dozen - Republican candidates' for the legislature ' were elected outrigEt at the primary on Sep tembere?12 was'; formally begun this morning with the filing of papers in "a mandamus suit by Attorney Itobert W Breckons, vice-chairman of.' the Re publican party . and acting on behalf of the candidates and the party, i . The petition for a writ of mandamus was brought in JudgQ Robinson's court to compel Secretary of the Territory Thayer and County, Clerk fCalauokala ni to open the ballot-bags of the. recent primary and count the votes cast for legislative . candidates and thus de termine "whether. the' candidates have a majority of all votes cast for the of fice.' ' . -;:.--.' iyiU'!-'::- :V-.. "In itfie filing "of the . sultrine name of Clatehce H. Cookei' candidate ' for the nouse from the Fourth district, ap pears as : "relator . end . petitioner" There are three other. Republican can didates for the housed ail from the I VIVE LA FRANCE FIRST, LAST AND ALL THE TIM E '. .. ... v r . . i v.--;' ..-i:,v ;.. " . .. x.. ' " . if : T f t: , ' ' . i-. - ' . - : : I j A . ; ".; 4, WilA BADLY HIT VITH FLOOD li OF LAST EE i (Continued on page three) . Genersl pau (above),- the one armed leader cf the French forces In Alsace, and Theophi je Delcasse (below), French ; minister of. war. GERMANS MAKING SLOW 'rC BUT. SURE PROGRESS: IS ; : CABLE NEWS TO RODIEK f - News from the hattle-front, confirming the despatches to day that tell of fierce fighting by the Geman northem'anny in France, was received this afterndon in a cablegram to Georg Eodiek, German consul in Hawaii. The cablegram,' whidi is from German official sonrces, says: " 'y-';- ;;v:;, ';"?'; 'ky '':'.; German' consul, 'Honolulu. V; .v ; 1 Tierce battle on the line of Albert, Hoyons,' Soissons, ' Rheims, Verdun and Nancy is still undecided. The . Germans are making slow but sure progress on both wings; i t C ; . Hindenberg in battle with Eennenkampf at Crondo Aus trians concentrate bn Pr2emysl.M; Gen. Hindenberg commands an army in East Prussia and Gen. Eennenkampf is the Eussian general commanding the in vading trodps of the Czar. , V--S '- According to the reports that have been" received from Eussian sources, Przemysl, the Austrian stronghold,-had been completely invested by the Eussians.-;:vv c: y: v - ;, - SUGAR Forts Play Rase on the Germans ' ' tAssoclited Press Service by Federal , Wireless. ' A1TTWEEP, Belgium, Oct. 1. The bdmbartoent of the outer forts of Antwerp by the Germans is incessant. . .r v - ; " Two forts played a ruse on the German besiei ers, feigning to have been silenced., A German division, belie- ing that the forts had been successfully, reduced, charged across the open ground. The forts reopened fire and only a few of the Germans escaped. V; ; . Ensuing sorties by the garrisons resulted in the capture cf several German fleld.guns. ; 1 - ; War Hits British Fincr.c: LONDON. England, Oct. l.That - w finances hard was shown tc day v;l::.i th; half of the fiscal year, endir;; 7: I -v. figures show, that ;the reve : - fcr thirteen and a Ealf inillicn v;lil ; tl.: c::; . of a billion. ; ; VIENNA; ?AinstriitPct..' Gen. Von' Auffenhcrg, tho Auiirl despatches say 'that ha ts a v::tl Heavy Damage Done Property and Toung Sugar Cane Is Washed Out ' A considerable section of the town of Waimea was under water all of last Thursday morning and a part of the afternoon as a result of overflow from the Waimea river, says the Gar den Island. -i The water la some resi dence premises, was two feet deep. while in lower localities - it v ran as much as three feet In the roadway in front of . Hofgaard & Company's store In the center of the town, which is higher than the region toward the river, water was from one to one and a half feet deep, x.. s,-. v There was more alarm over the sit nation In neighboring towns1 than In Waimea,' itself, however, as. evidenced by telephone calls 1 from everywhere Into waimea f or Mnformatlon; f Tne people, of. the flooded, town, had had such experiences before although on a much smaller - scale ind did not appeal to grow; unusually " excited about. " It . ; 'Jl : -i'f ' v.-. ; : ' Lv .: , The flood had three causes, a First was a cloudburst , on ; the mountains several miles above the town, occur ring the night before, the river ,begin ning to. rise In the early hours of the morning. ; ,f v'; y :.uV V-'f,v?.Vr? Second, an . embankment ; of sand which -had. .been ionned at themcirth of the river by the actioft'of incoming waves from the sea and the outgoing waters of the river.'-- v Third, an unusually .heavy f swell coming in from the sea. just at i the time the flood waters ' f rom the land were rushing down.? .'..- ' -, ' Water xose to the top of the banks by 7 o'clock In the morning' and It was seen that an overflow was threat ened. - All the roadmen t of the- dis trict were called out and set to work at the - perilous task of clearing the sand from the mouth ; of the river. They were successful at first but the Increasing force of the waters from both sides piled ' sand - back again faster than they could remove it ; '.The Gotanda hotel, near the river, was, the,, first premises .flooded; and tTtxaJh ere the water moved on and engulfed the district back of the ice works, the - telephone ; exchange, the Waimea auto works and Bishop 1 & Co.'s bank. ' Another flood ' stream started up the road to the right from the bridge, toward the valley. -; 1 The water In tie district around .the telephone exchange finally reached road and flooded the premises of J. McClellan and proceeded on down to Hofgaard & Co.'s store, the square In front and- to the courthouse. , : The residence premises of George Bertram and Deputy Sheriff W. O. Crowell, across the road, were invaded) by the waterKde8pite the fact that they are considerably higher : than the sur rounding country. - ' - ; ' It was about 1 o'clock In the after noon that the water was at Its' high est and Waimea people seemed to really manifest' alarm. At that time all the rice patches on the o.tskirts and other ; low places were ' filled and th ere was practically a continuous lake from the bridge around to, the highlands and to the sea near the steamer landing. .'i'Si''-:'.-,'"" After , 1 o'clock, . however, It was noted that the flood was receding and In a couple; of hours more little water remained except In . the rice patches and low regions s '; J . : A gratifying featurekof the' occur rence was that not an accident ' was reported the casualty list showing only a few chickens and the like. ' ! -The rain which began early in; the week proved. unusual for this time ot the year, all over Kauai; the heavy and almost continuous showers ex tending all the . war from Hanalel around to the mountains above' Ke kiha :V- - rr!.5:y ltt what was probably the r.::;t ':-r:l (lownpour to date of the r.: r -1 : : ; :i in and . Saturday there ivy showers all over. ; In : 3 Curing the " forenoon ? down in-"sheets! and ' La sent all around to 3 and ctier waterways : surplus ..might .move mm mm ELECTION CLAIMS P. J. Goodness and A. Garcia, Claiming- Primary Majorities, Notify Secretary Thayer Two more Republican candidates for jobs In, the next house of repre sentatives now are claiming their election at the primary, and have so notified Territorial Secretary W W. Thayer. They are Peruvia. J. Good ness and A. Garcia, both of Maul and both receiving the highest vote cast for candidates to any office by the electorate of that county. .There It no. way of proving their contention except by opening the ballot packages and - counting the number "oKjiallots cast, however, and unless theywute the.' four Oah.u", Republicans, : bring mandamus action 1 against the secre tary and county clerk to compel this count their names will go on the list for the November election. . , At the recent primary Goodness re ceived 1247 votes, while Garcia re ceived 1249 votes. Neither figure is a . majority of the registered vote of Maui, as that Is 2800, and a majority would be 1401 or more. " But of course the full .registered ( vote was not cast at the primary; -.at the same time there Is no means of ascertaining ths exact number who dJf voteand thers you 'are: 1 -r. .: ;. v "...:, .. . In their communications to' Mr. Thayer Ufr'.MJut tlafisrantsr donot say they are going to take the ques tion' Into court; but .they undoubtedly win nave to ao so as mere is no other possible way to settling the mat ter, unless they relent and decide to take another chance at the hands of the electorate on November 3, trust ing In the people to make certain their election. ; : .ry-"- -.r -.; TODAY'S miOI LEAGUE RESULTS AMERICAN LEAGUE. f':':. ' 'At B3ttsiu.Nw Ynrlr S. Rattan 9 (first flame) ; Boston 4, New York 2 (second game). .y; At St Loul St Louis 7, Detroit 3. At Washington Philadelphia 3, Washington 1. ' ' V;-" t NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 5, Cincinna At New Yorte Boston. 7. New York At Phltacfelphla Philadelphia 9, Brooklyn 7. ' !- .; '.' y:' HIL0li.1t.lhB I EREST, DUE TODAY, PAS hi Statement of B. F. Di!!irru ' Shows Reason for Inc; to Raise Funds EXISTING BUSINESS 0U LINE HOT ALL SECUr.ZD Despite ; Efforts So m 2 C : 1 J Not be Obtained Uitimcl: . Prospects Remain GocJ - Interest on the Hilo RailroaJ Cc. pany'a bonds was passed today, when it fell due. ; Bonds of. this company cor.st:tut -the largest bonded indebtedness ev ; floated by a corporation in til 3 Tcr:: u.rv. One Issue of 1301 six per c : boridH ia-Tor 11,000,000, and a lzt:r r funding, eenslon and cczzzl'.l-V. . issue is for V.500,000, making tt? t tal bonded Inde5?tedne33 cf t-3 r pany 14,500,000. Hder t!.3 s;: : -issue the extension tha r::J built:. The Bishop .TruV Cc .:;: ; trustee for the seconij L33U?. - Last sale Quotation of tha j: i : Is. 82 1-2 and that of ,tha rcr issue 65 . ' ; The Hilo Railroad Cor.r.--7' T--'-:; '' (Continued cn "5 t'-- ) ViLLil'-.tJ.. n 1 ;';FLlil: Li . fc Associated Press by Federal TTIrt EL PASO, Texi :pt. 1. r the revolution acres ths t:rdi that General Villa's s-;:.-t h:j divided. General Herrera, with ths lr and Arrleta brothers, i:;:r : stats of Dura ngo, have rsv:!t:J C:i. 1 How They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE. Phlladelpnla Boston Washington Detroit . ... New York . Chicago ..r. 8L Louis .. Cleveland ., 97 83 73 78 69 69 67 .....'.i. ..62 60 .660 69 '.599 71 .507 75 80 81 77 93 ,503 .483 .460 .465 .347 NATIONAL LEAGUE. ,'r;- ' C ' -T t: C: fl V- teing InjTir?d t'zhtX .JUTS ''Z9 Stone Boston -1 New York St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia Brooklyn ... Pittsburg ;. Cincinnati . W. ..90 .80 77 75 73 72 65 58 . L. v66 68 1 69 73 76. 76 83 .89 Pet. .616 ..541 328 307 490 .487 .439 -94 AGUAS CALIENTES, t.'.tx The conference eni:;vcr'-- . reach a basis cf acreerr.er.t t:. the Caraniista and ths fil'z. . , Villa have agreed to call a c:-. tlon of Constltutlonalljt ch!:'j fr: the fifth to the tenth cf C:t:t:r. BILL Ii:: : v LOSES ii. -J? (Associated Press bjr Federal "Wireless SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 1w C::i Huddle, a preliminary fighter,; died to-- day of cerebral hemorrhage. He lc:t on bout last ni;:-.t a sjx rouna oeci after two knockdowns. YOUTHS ARE CALLED i TO FIGHT-FOR i V- : -T-- ; " 1 . '- Announcement K is made by Dr. Au gustus' Marques," consular agent fcr FYance, that the recent call to arr-- includes all yoang men. born btwc ; a January 1 and December 31, 1833, te being included In the. call to activa serTice. . .-. ' ' ' AD CLUBBERS ! j ATTENTION ! Sd B S B S3 SBBSB3 52 3S3B222;? 5b H SB 8 B.B BBS S - Ad Club members are expected to be at the dinner tonight In ths M Ad Club cafe, Young. HoteU 6:30, The stunt, committee and the B song force will be there and a general rehearsal' of -the speeches S and other things which Honolulu will offer the Civic Convent!? B will be reviewed to assure that everyone knows what to do, where - K . to be and how to do It ; v ' f : : ;;. "... . : 'r : "Heinle" has ararnged a" fine ' dinner .V-.'-' .;',.'.. -C X 4 All the delegates should be there and all Ad Club members who K- are Interested In helping good work along- " - kit 23 sbss a B'a 3 a a a a a 2 asna & a a a a a sssaassc Indian Troops Landed in France r; LOITDON, England; pctl.Axmouncement is Kzdo th:. Indian troops have; been" landed in jroncs. Where 13 'r '