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. c T 1 r' KAILS 'V..-'- From Carl Franclsee: ;h Conoma, Oct 4. ! For San Francisco: g-" Tenyo Mam, OcC ;5" From Vancouver: ; -.. g r . NIas:Hra,.Oct' .':;.t'if".,:'; Fc r- Vancouver; -g '';- Makura. Oct. 15.'- ; '-" i f "f ' A ' "V A gi ' y 4 - V , . v' - H:';;VtU; 'vv'fr- ;'.:: i '.; -" .-' ;g '- : g--H4 ' g ' ::?enlng Bulletin, Est. 18S2. No. 6282 ,' Hawaiian Star. Vol. XXIII. No. 7223 0J$2P TIItJESDA Y, SEPTEMBER 30. 1915: 12 PAGE 3. n n Onp r; 1 -gj Li 1 WIRELESS TELEPilOI.E - MESSAGE SENT. HERE if! FRO Ll ARLI fiGTO fJ, D. C. m r:n;g;;'S XtyWsMi 4 V Accictant Secretary" of Treasury Will Suimit ! Counter-Prdpcsi- ticn Ccllsvcd He Hopes for Reduction in Price Decision Is Expected Within a Few Days Spreckcls in Conference WASHINGTON, D, C, Scpt.: .0.-Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Byron R Newton lias returned from liis trip to Honolulu to investigate the federal building site situation. Apparently hcfavorslhe Irwin site, lie says that the choice is largely a matter of price. Herw,ill submit a counter proposition. : -, v;-. 'C i: Mr. Newton promises an early decision, probably in a few (hys. Jr. Sprcckels is here and conferred with Mr. Newton tLI.s afternoon."- : C. S. ALBERT. ' The catlrrara above ia taken to mean that Assistant Secretary New ten wi:i rr: avor to secure the Irwin :h It v r.s offered him when he was d-;r.rt t arcliUecta desire to put as c :i 'o Ir.to the building itself. Under the bill that passed Congress the " chc; i rsnnct cost morethan 4273,000. While the exact figures at h the Irwia site was offered haYe not betn made public. It la be- i V llcvrJ Mr. New ton was given a figure while here of ?223)00. Another k; rt l as had it that the Irwin Interests, represented by Former Govern or rre:;r, offered the Eite for f216000, but this has been denied on good Ti e figure 'at which the Spreckela i Wo tses offered to .Mr.' Newton has r:t lfrn r". :.3 r'Jl'c, cither. ; Reports : y t!.ct firft the Crreckels site wzs !' I at ;273,00a and later ;k)wercd reference to Spreckcls In the -- i 13 believed to be to "Gua" : . He lives la New York. 'll.fi I;rrcl;c!s trlrs,-by ' the way, ! vp r.n i-'crct r.ct only in the : " rls i .te 1 -:t in the ciera house, ' . 13 r.:i t!.e Iria site. Gus ant l, '.Lh have a charter interest In t' - f , ra hr;:r", Jchn D. and Adolfh a i '; ; u resf, t! B Irv. in ostale owning '.'? (thcr r : ; r ir.ferefit. Whether C ? f; rr-1 els t .;.-?,, cn account of the i ".''"rrrcr, would. agree upon r ' ; o.f their interests in t: ' c; :a house was net known when : ' t Cecrctary Newtca left Iloao- I. Tl outccne of tho coaference cf ; rc ; .13 ar.d Newtca may be a re 1! n la. the price cf the Sprcchels 1 ;;t sclvr Ic3 of the Irwfa file ' -t tho fc-rr-1 bull ' ro up on the ground .ve i.r; LJ Urn LI rr O'f r r- ; u .Oil c :r.;icry Incpcclcr Will Report Lc'cy Taps' cr. J Pipes to Wa'cr Department "Vy i.n itpreemcnt just consummat : twera the territorial board of rr l the city water and Bewcr . r ::r: c"t, a Iarpe saving Is to bo : 5 y the city la the matter of la :. r.s for leakage." ' ' .' T: '..i i3 a Etatement made today by i: ,-rry V. Murraj', general manager of t' v.utcr and tewer department of t' city, who fays that a kindly offer f; Cli.Tcrd Charlock, chief sanltarj ; :;?r fcr the territory, will save t r o city hiring fix or eight men for (!.- iurpa:-e cf continuously bunting for lo;l.s la the ejEtern. - A few days 'ago Mr. Murray wrote to tho hxa'.th department asking If It would te pcisihle for the sanitary In fractors Tho make Inspections of eil tl 3 hr:;r. j cf the city at frequent In terval to re pert -to the water depart r:rat concerning all leaks, irrespec tive cf whether. they had to do with the eanltary condition of houses qr net. Heretofore tne- healtn inspec tors have reported only the leaks that ml-ht prove a detriment to tbe health . cf households. -. ; : '.) -" Mr. Charlock's letter, sent In reply to Mr. Murray's request, states, that the board will be very glad to cooper ate w ith the city in the, matter, for all of which the manager of the water r.:.d sewer systems says he Is sincere ly grateful. "Beslaes the saving in the cost of enough inspectors to keep the work going, we will also have a big raving in the water itself,, aaya Mr. Murray. , rhe various water ay terns in this county leak very easily, anyway, and need constant watching." Two reasons are advanced by the water manager as possible causes of this leakage. One reason is that the pressure in some parts of tne city is very high, the other Is that something la the water Itself causes deteriora tion of the rubber valves. a v SUGAR SAN FRANCISCO, Cat Sept. 30 Cujar:. 86 degrees test, 3-82 cents. Previous quotation, 3.S9 cents. - Teaching i o English. in. the public pchools of Cuba has been barred. Ctructural and Ornamental Iron H. E. HENDRICK. LTD, ' r.tnhzr.t and Alakea Sts.' Femce site at a lower figure than that for here. It Is known that the treasury ;" much of the $1,325,000 appropriation LLiiiiLl'ii) r -, w I rr f i .Lit Great f.'crlhcrn to Ccmo on Hb nc!u!u Run About November 1, is Belief on Coast ..; H. Hackfeld &. Company, IAd.,., of Honclalu having secured the Hawai ian agency Tor the 1 1 111 liner Great Northern, which will be put .on the HcrehihJ-rxi Francisco-run about No vember 1, Captain William Matson of th Matson Navigation Company, has definitely , abandoned his "plana vfbr Lt;i:dins- new liner the size of the Matsonia,' say advices received -by the Star-Culktln from the coarL ' ' v :;':.. ?' On o d authority it can be -stated that Captain Matson has recently told callers that his plans for a new ship fcr his line have been definitely given up. The reason he advanced was that he had received official assurance that the Great Northern Pacific Steamship Company would put the linerGreat Northern on the California-Hawaii run about November 1. Captain Matson has also been Quoted as saying that Hackfeld & Company would, be Ho colulu agcnU for the - Hill company ship. ' - y : 'C-iJ' -'' -.' "It's news "to -.na,? said J F. C Ha gens of Hackfeld & Company when questioned about the' San Francisco report: "We know nothing whatever about it In fact, we. do not know whether the - Great Northern is com ing to the islands or not" . f , "See Waldron, Says Rodlek. , " ; "The newspapers know more about the matter than I do," waB the only comment which George "Rodlek. would make adding, "Go and see Fred Wal dron." ' V ; : . ; i V;.:-;v : Captain , Matson, as previously ' an nounced in the Star-Bulletin, had plans and. specifications prepared for a duplicate ship to the Matsonia, and said early this morning that he would sign a contract with the shipbuilders to rush the vessel to completion;" pro vided the sugar shippers would agree to a carrying contract with advanced freight rates. It is now reported that he has abandoned his plans for the new ship, because he Is convinced the Great Northern will come to Honolulu, I In 'connection with the report that Hackfeld's will have the Great North ern agency. It Is recalled ; that that company is reported to have made Cal Stone, theh Great Northern traffic man ager, an offer of a limited sugar ton- nage, when Stone was here a fort night ago. The sugar ) was offered., said street rumor, on condition that Hackfeld's be given the company's agency, an offer which - Stone is re ported to have refused, declaring that If the liner., came here the Hill inter ests would open an office of their own. I ' . 1 't I0SES DECISION IfJ TAX APPEAL FIGHT '- ,r. r -' - vv - - . . ' - ...'. . . . .- The decision of the tax appeal court of the third division, fourth ; judicial circuit in the matter of the' tax ap peal of the Catholic Mission of Ililo, was affirmed In -a', decision" handed down in the supreme court, today. ;.; -; According to the ' decision the ap pellant returned certain land 'situated at J Hllo at 914.SS6, It was assessed at 140,725 and the lower court sus tained the assessment The appellant contended that the value of the prop erty does not exceed $24,435. ; The de cision of the tax appeal court is af firmed, i , John Simon, ail American travelling man, arrested In Moscow: on suspi cion of being & spy. was released.1 - iv-? '".,.'. . 1 . S S 111 . : Eight elevators fell In the' Bowling Green Building "when part of the hy draulic : machinery broke The machines- were kept under partial con trol and no one was serious-1 injured. Sailing fri Yacht La Paloma on : Rshmo Trip, Rudder ;Lost . yVand CraftStorm-Tossed Delegate Kuhio and .Carl A. Wlde mann, H together ; with twof mutual friends who were with them on a fish ing trip in the yacht La Talorav re turned to Honolulu today alter an ex perience that Is rightly classed as un pleasantly, harrowing- Losing the rudder of the Jit tie vessel they were tossed about in the inter-island chan nels for, more than 24 hoars and got back to Oahu flying a signal of dis tress which attracted attention on the waterfront "and .brought them ready succor. -,.'-';;. '..., .'.-.'-. ': :- i- The delegate andf the others were planning to sail to Kona, where they were to be Joined' by; Robert W. Shin gle, who went up; by steamer. . The sailing party left two days ago.; . It W'as about noon today when their signal of distress - was , een tas they slowly; made 1 their way ; up toward Diamond Head ' ,x " " I ' -. tfiB'S MB 0 i'J nJCil m Honofulan, in Letter to Family, VTcIIs of Work in Hospitals; ; v :i-:L in the War Zone r:V';-;' : ;- : XT u - ; ".' -r ; '- 'f-' -"The story of an American physician in the '- war " zone has reached . Hono; lulu from a Honolulu man, Dr. James R. Judd, who with his wife left a few month3 ago for the , French vfront ; .Writing to-a member of hhl family Dr. Judd gives some unusually gra phlc glimpses of hospital work.A Hf tells of tno" incident 'where the Ger r mah'" sh elled a : .field hospital J. follow ing it from ; place to place by; means of their excellent spy system. ' J : ; ""Dr. Judd's letter is as follows:-; t ;:- Juilly. France," Aug. 28; 1915. Dear "' i. :' -. - "--:; ' ';- We1 came out ' here K on Sattirdayr August 21, leaving the American am bulance at ;NeullIy with regret . We had made good friends there and had grown Very fond of the blesses In our care.-' '' -."-- :';v-r;- -,':' - ';--t Although Juilly is 'only about .23 miles'northwest of Paris yet It took us about 2 hours -from the Gare du Nord to reach the tiny station of St Mard. . . Numerous troop trains hav ing he right of way delayed us Juil ly is a Village of a few hundred peo ple and, does not even! have a . train service -the station is St Mard about 2 miles ' away vYpu will not be able to .find 5 Juilly, on the' map but it Is east of Meaui and about one-third of the distance from Paris. to Solssons. - We have now been here a week and have gotten somewhat used to our new-duties and surroundings- the hos pital Js located in part of an old 'col lege, founded In the 14th century. It Is a massive stone building or series of buildings connected together, three stories high , with thick walls four and more feet thilk, the receiving room, kitchen, salle a manger, store rooms office and laundry , are pn the ground floor of the wing . used as the; ' (Continuea on page two i '-',.'.- LAND EXCHANGES ARE S ' ll- 4 GIVEN 0K. BY BOARD --i Approval of several ' exchanges f land was made today at a meeting of the land board held in the rooms of the public utilities commission. -j-'- : Among the changes which met with the consent of the" board members was that of the school lot at Olaa, Hawaii, the road exchange at Pupukea, Oahu, a government remnant at Waikiki, the right of way for the Kuhio wharf road at Hllo and the Walmea wharf site. The question of the Kauai exchange, and ? the- two jlantationTexchanges at Hakalatt' and Hon omu -were deferred until the next' meeting which will be called on October 18, Those present this morning were -Dr. J. II. Raymond, chairman; ; Joshua D. - Tucker, land commissioner; W.: C Wilder, Bruce Cartwright and J. F. Brown. - . BSHSSSHSSBBSSHSBS : i i --:'-; i.V-'r '" -Z"';' m GOT JOAN! OF ARC BADLY , S MIXED UP WITH OLD NOAH 8". Henry W,- Kinney, superlntend s ent of public Instruction tells; a 5 good story now and then regard IE ing -queer 'answers to questions S which have been found in the ex aminatlon papers of public school S S students. . -.. ; - .-'.. :V-;, ; -'-S S5 '-' In his latest story; however, 1 S Superintendent Kinney "puts one S S overt on the private , schools by S 5? reciting a pupil's answer to a W a question "Who was Joan of Arc? S S The answer, says Superintendent m Kinney, was this: ' ; . i " a ' ."Joan of Arc was a; lady from S S? France who when it rained, built S S an ark and put all the animals In 5? 1? It, and counted them out again S S after the rala had stopped." 2 irr tr rr tr r an? sr a r r tr OF H Jv-'3; '::''--;V-:' (Associated Press by raderal Wireless X "NEVVt YORK; N Y Sept ZXK & --The telephone companies an- H nounced today that while wireless X W conversations i where t held from Washlncton , to California last K night, similar messages were sent X a from the Arlington station. Wash- M W ington, to Honolnta,;r . ; ';"' a''S S? B 2 S Q 8 8 S'S S 8 S PeaH: Harbor Naval Station Is In communication with. Arlington this af- temoon wirelss telephone. In quiries made at the naval station elic ited the Information that the experi ment, referred ,td; In' the Associated Press despatch 'was mad from Pearl Harbor, at; this end,.and that the ex- periment is being continued I tsday with success. - V ft.. ClS'li kiliiilsJi.il Lieut. K. B. Crittenden Writes San Francisca Examiner Ro ; : luting HovvcH Statement " Provlna ;fafsei Jit every, detail the assertions made by former Lieut. J. B. Howell," In ' an V address to the Com monwealth Club of San Francisco, that Lieut ; Alfed L.Ede, ' U. 8. N com mander' of tha F-4f who died with his crew, was Inexperienced, Lieut.. K. O. Crittenden, commanding the first sub marina division, today wrote a letter to the San Francisco Examinerwhich published the story ,of Howell's, talk b ef o re th e c I ub.; T h e acco u nt was" re printed here by the raorn ing paper. : ; Lieut." Crittenden's letter is. written In behalf of tho cf.lcers and men of the flotilla. - wha resent 1 bitterly the reflectlcns cast on ibotb LieuL Ede and the service by; Hdwell.' ; ; . Lieut. Crittenden characterizes How ell's statement' as a "totally vicious and aJBsolutely unwarranted attack." on the ability of Lieut. Ede. The com mander's letter, written loday fol-k-Ms:'.'---''-"'-;'-.-'.-:-----. - ' FIRST SUBMARINE DIVISION, Torpedo Flotilla, 'Pacific Fleets ? , U. S. S. Alert,' Tender. ' , ' -' ilonolulu T. Ii;' Sept 30,1915.? Managing Editor, '-:' ''V;;-':1;: :-- "V'. V San Francisco Examlneiv' f ' San Francisco, Cal - - t . c . The division commander and the of ficers of the submarines stationed'; In Honolulu were shocked and hurt ben yond measure when reading the total ly vicious and absolutely unwarranted attack on that highly: efficient and splendid officer, the late Lieut Alfred U Ede, U. S. navy, by former Lieut J. B. Howell- ; 'i---::;! .' .The statement by .Mn Howell that there' was no other' reason for tne sinking of the- F-4 in Honolulu - than absolute inexperience on the part of the commander; Is an absolute and un warranted" falsehood. Lieut. Ede ; was ; ': ti: n .-;.:,-', t" --':-:. ?. .-' '-. 'i (Continued on !page two) .:' ARTILLERY Kfl'.'S BACH Mi i!!uE .Bronzed -: by six days of life lis the open,' two : companies of Coast ..Artil lery returned' today: from a, practise march from this city to the coral gaidens and back. : ?-4 Making, .the trip were V the 159th Company of Fort Roger and. the 55th Company of Fort De Russy The two companies were commanded by Lieut coL Wilmaf E. Ellis, Coast Artillery Corps. - CoL W. C Rafferty, CtAi O, in command of the coast defenses of Oahu, accompanied- the ' companies on the march,:-r '- '; -'. v.-'"' ::-' K V "'' 'Minor infantry field f - tactics iand problems of rarlous . military " kinds were worked out during the hike. The men came J through -in good condition and regarded ;the march as a pleasing diversion from' the monotony of the daily routine at the forts. - ; Late today it is expected that the board of officers appointed to hold an inquest into the accidental death of Chief Musician W. H. Oliver of the 25th Infantry, wilt finish their inquiry and render, a Teport The board -was In session yesterday and resumed the inquest' today.' Members are vCapt James M, '-i. Loud, - 25th' Infantry. ' 1st Lieut James A. HIgglns; and 2d Lieut Walter;. IL Frank;' Witnesses ; heard to date are Chief Musician King Sgt Thomas Ware of Company E and Capt William 0.; Doane.-i Oliver- met; his death early Tuesday morning; when, in crossing the road near Schofleld Car racks, he slipped In the mud and fell in front of an approaching auto drives by Ware who is chtfuffeur- for Capt darles F. Bates; --'-;---. CiJGO Oil mi TflKEOiifcOM riif'jnr"iiv German Official Despatch Says Attacks Cost French and British Great number The following1 cablegram from off", cial German sources was received to day: --;: - ?-;" -;;V ;'.-,-." t; : - "German Army Headquarters, Sept 33-Onfy In the Champagne district are the enemy's attempts to advance continued today. An Enjlish position southward on the road from Menin to Ypres was blown up by the Germans and our counter attack advanced. v. "North of Loos the French entered two small places in our lines. South, east of Souchez the struggle still goes on. A battle took place between Rheims and Argonne. The enemy's brigade broke "the first German trenches south of St Marie and Any. The German, reserves made a counter attack, taking ZZ0 prisoners and an nihilating ail the rest -- - : . "All the French - attacks between the Somme and Apy, Souain, Chalier- ige and St Menhould have been de feated. The French suffered severe losses. -;:::';;:,: .''' "The enemy's attack northwest : cf Massiges failed. . The Germans have lost Height 191, north -of Massiges. "On the east front Field Marshal von HIndenberg's; army threw the Russians back east .' of Wesselowa. The Germans by storm broke the enemy's, positions ;.east of , Smorgon, taking 1CC3 prisoners, six cannon and four machine guns. The,-battle con t'nues. South of Smorgor Prince Leo pold's Cavarian troops defeated par tial attacks' by the Russians. .. "Gen., von Untlnjen's troopsv threw the ' Germans eastward on the upper Korzn Ei-ht hundred were taken prisoner -Here also two aeroplanes were shot down."1 ; ..'v '' -".- DACZOALL-nEGULTS -NATION A.L LEACUZ ,. National. Leasue r ' -'.A : ':, - '-' W,' :-L.- . Pet. Philadelphia- ;V w , "s. S 7 vrt-r Brooklyn,;. .i.;.t73'7:'63 , XZl Boston 34 S t ' 1 Pittsburg; .;...7i :au Chicago . . ,.., ; . .:. . .f.7f . -; 73 ; ..473 St Louis ; . .. ...70 8? . .457 Cincinnati . .V.; ..: T.71 . 81 , .457 New York ;;V.;Vi.V. 6873 -.4 62 At New York Brooklyn 0,. New York 2. " . " ,.' ;; At Ccston-TPhlbdsiphix 2, C ::t:n 3. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 3, Chica go 2.- - - -,.;'-.. . . v - V '-'' . At St Louis Pittsburg 6, St Louis 5 (ten Innings). . -- - J; -; y - ' AMERICAN LEAGUE ' -; :' ? W. L. -.. Pet Boston .. . .... . ..-. . .93 ' 45 . .68 Detroit ;.v... ..;.. .98 54 v.64a Chicago ..,..86. 62 .581 Washington Vi- .'-i-83: 65 X57 New Yorkfvv:;L;.t.,67w80 .456 St Louis : 63 87 '.420 Cleveland "-..'.....'...BJ 93 . .383 Philadelphia. ,i4l -10875 At Philadelphia Philadelphia 4, Washington 3 i-:- i. H-r:--. '"''; At St. Louis St Louis 8, Detroit 2 No'othei- games. -iyz H-'-k- C -- " , TCSlISBlli;i! isran'T life, piiiK;,'; Hew Orleans .1: Isolated From Outside World; Galveston -. Hopcs Worst Has Passed isssigi's a"i'Bls"s is Associated Press by Federal Wireless) M. NEW ORLEANS, La, Sept 30. B The wind velocity' at its great- K, B est height during the recent X. B storm reached 115 miles an hour B for a few minutes and had a sus- X Uined velocity of 80. j!; M a"ft';fir'v.?;?3J MOBILE, Ala, Sept, 30-The sec ond great storm of the last few. wtefcs has cost the lower Mississippl'section dear, but apparently Js passing now.: . ' Communication with; New Orleans has been cut 'off since midnight last night by the storm, but earlier reports told of much property destruction and several deaths. , ; -'-.'----"-' ' '.-.A. wireless from Galveston att mid night indicated that the storm Is pass ing and the water receding from the Texas cityyi .The property. damage, Is heavy but the deaths will not, exceed Two v more , opium 'smokers gaped helplessly r at Judge : Monsarrat this morning as they rwen fined; 3Sf and 25 respectiTely. ' They were- Ah Ting and Ah Cheong, who were escorted to the station yesterday by Arthur Mc Duffie. - ; ;--- -:;i ;-:v '-"-A'-' grain elevator to V cost about ?2,000,000 wfll be built at Norfolk by the Norfolk & Western Railroad.' m m m. Ml U J : - Al:a Or. P 1 ijr r - ".v-?- 't Associated -rress Fcrvicn byFeJrral Yirrl--i -..WASHINGTON'D. C, Sept. CO. Amlv-;: ! r Sir C. Spring-Rice today delivered to the tate deparlir.er.t i' antee of "safe conduct" for the Austrian Embassador recalled at the dei;;:;:l of th ; States for. plotting, to liarass American fr. , ' orirs a::d . strikes. The United States undertook to'enre the f ductjfor Dr. Dnraba throu;;h the Allies' lines. -LONDON, England, Sept G0. The Allies and rI::!o:n. engaged in a terrific battle today which may rc v.lt in V capture of Lille from the Germans The struggle fer sion of Lens ofTers the possibility" of -retaking Lill. 1 Allies have taken aiul held lughground Vrhere their e;:: dominate the town. . V,. It is; believed that a terrific attack is raging t!:-:ro t x War observers are speculating as to the prol '.lilitg t the Germans are shifting reinforcements from tho ea.tci";i t'r to .the; hard-pressed troops on the vrest. U.-L. J 1 -. '-; p . i . - mr . - sv m . - L . . " : ': Assoc'ati rr r .rv- ly I", r ;l V;r- ' 'PAT!!, Franco, : . '. ). Tl;e hi;: oa'enive tho Allies ecntinnes today and is steadily gainiiv jQprdmg to- thaannomiccments 1 ;d on dc. ;:t French and British', commanders at the fro-.t. : ; -'South cf Ripont .the - Allies m..de a tl...i.in; captured ah important defer: -ivc r,oil:. In Champagne the Allies declare they have g ;'.:: I r. " ing on' the German second line of defer e. At :.: my along the fine, particularly in the Suippc valley, aim. : the Allies bombarded railroad station?, j.' .'.A German column is reported to be march;:. I i the Teutons at Tommepey. g . WASHINGTON, I). C, Sept. 30. The Ameri -m vessel Vincent, after striking a. mine oil Cape Or! White Sea, took fire from the explosive and is a total h -. T captain and several of the crew were injured. Tl.j Vi:: ... sailed from New York for Archangel, the Russian i ort, ( June 9. V ( "r.;V' G .--,,-.- - .' ' 7 - -i - -L W JL -.-- ) - .- 4. JL - m k. J ATHENS, Greece, Sept. CO.The Chamber of D-; a special session here today ratified the decree- vrh; :!i or ' mobilization of the Grecian army. The chamber al . z nut!, ized a loan of $30,000,000 for war purposes. rri; -'i- '-:;-'-' ts ' 1 1 ' 1 " ' ,fi ""-' '. -T" T- i : o ! -r ' 1 ;n ..... ..... ' .'...ti-. ... - - ' -LONDON, England, Sept. 30. A rumor, today rays t' Gen.:von Hindenberg,. bent on capturing the Russian str hold of Dvinsk, has reinforced heavily and is moving for. G 311 3 i BERLIN. Germany. Sent. a - All 191, on the west front, is admitted. '- . . ' giJCHICAGO lli T. 30.- sensational jump took i;I toda in; September wheat, the steepest since. he war Lre' put. The jump marked the close of the' trading month, t' figure reaching $1.15V4, a rise ot 11. for the day;. 'M Mr Additional Tclcqraph DcsDafchcscn P:2 91 SEC0ND,VICT0RY F0R, I I HONOLULU JAPAfJESE - (Special Cable to NippugJijLJ gg TOKIO, Japan, Sept : 30- The Jap anese Athletic Club of Honolulu scored the second victory of ' their : present tour by defeating the University ; of Hosea team; yesterday by a score of 6 te ..'.-: !- '' '. g . - JAPANESE OFFICIALS CONGRATULATE' ROLPH (Special Cable to Hawaii Shinpo.) ' SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30.-rH. Ya mawaka, chief commissioner of the Japanese government at the expos! tlonr and Consul Y. Numano today corv flratuiated Mayor James Rolph on his reelection ta the mayora'ty.' .J :o ... Dr. Const antin Tl:-:o! in Lc:3 of Lill 'lCl 30. Official. The lo; of II' JAPANESE ARMY WILL tHAVE BIG MANEUVERS in next two r.;o;4ii; :f .' ' "-"- . - '- "' (Spedal Cable to Hawaii Shiro.) ''- TOKIO, Japan, Sept. 33. Cnr i r neuvers of -the Japanese army v take place 4ome time within th r- two months, according to the re, : given out . today by army .beacg ters. Prince-Gen. Kanin, who ii i uncle of the Emperor, will be in cr mand of the'northern army, and C Osako win be the commander of t' southern army. . ggI KOREAN BANK HEAD ILL (Special Cable to Hawaii h!nro.) TOKIOr Japan, Sept. ZZ. r.I. ! hara, president of the Korea C;v--ment Dank, Is ssnc-y iM at h;i Y 1 ;-vT.