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fT ;tV ' TTAWAtIAN , GAZE'S jft A jrUESDAYr'' MARCH 20 19iy'tM?-YT.CKL'Y. ,' : ; . :
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THEIR DOOM' BY JUBLjARIES
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Wave p Indignation Sweeps Over Na tipn.
Cortsiir.14 Qudensiown Notifies State Departmerii of
Latest German KJUtrage on nig n ocas, ana ureat
K&a....Mo.a b a m a a aa -
Washington, Marciw uw -oi y.'2j,vifivui an.iqnn3jc:;::rr?TrVXWWlljeisw
between the United State, ar$ GcrM preolpitajl )re5tenlaryhrili:t!rp;ej fifcAnwI
can property and the murder of Artjcr)p?n, pit:?en$on Ibe Wcbicwtyes!:rt2jby;C.:rTniiparines.
. ; The American steamer City of Memphis, distinctively marked as American and flying tht Stars
and Stripes was sunk by shellfire, ituritjcr jCf J?cjt yicjrid?scrf?7?dJ t n jf-Vam ."0 .W?ed t
drowned. - ; V-; ' " - r ,H1n j tip lo'.nt1M(jnr. ki'lftJ tther by lht txpoVm tf tf
; The American steamer Vigilacia;jrr?(8u,r:Jf,,by a torpedo fired without any warning. She went
down with fourteen of her crew, including the fourth engineer, JciHedxp.er by the explosion of the tor
pedo or trapped and drowned whlrVthe Un tilt I Hmoi s-
5 ; vu.iil
ii ijucs oavccL Jn tne Illinois
out 0' it.th ftcmbrs of her orr
The American steamer NinoiSjWaftqrjc be
. Ing all landed in safety . t. -t l i ih r, it tn?wit And, whn officiat d6ipatohpi t
' v The receipt of the news despajche,s nirj pi thetp.wo;t acts cn..? r"rt:cf C.-rn:? eairinderi'
aroused officialdom to a realliatiopyttiit.tM? ,cr.d j-.ha44f ompr A",Ar.t:a.y crn;';isiyjsspatchei ... from
Queenstown from the American consul, Wes!:y Frost, confiraed In alerrrr'v-jtfjtallf the unofficial
despatches it was recognized thai WarBjal. ft ad been predpna!:i Ldlrf.fifty.
. ' . v -r '4 ; It ifirtf fi;' ttt thf Unl'd 5tM;s an overt net wa$ omil
.r-; ' No Feature of Overt Act Omitted ; V
, ? , No feature going to make pf tfif.trjple.d.efnc Pl.tlja United iWatX3-JerXiict,wai omftfedy
the Germans ;. ;;i ' ; :- mpy- !n !?'; thai a formal oolAra'ton ol'war'ml-
H President Wilson immediately toqkjritpi cpnsjd atip, Jfte gfeti,upw5i a f spe
cial session of congress without a toy'splay 1 a formal declaration of ; war. might be
passed, but in the .fast obtainableUment.JrpmttieWtA V4itaj ?t the
President had not as yet definitely decided to issue the cat- r,:. 'r Ar' 1 '
' , t is believed that thp nexj move .toe'mailp'fti'ne President will be to Issue orders to the navy
department to despatch American. warships mifi pe yizt zone to deaf , the tanerfor American jtraffic
and fo seek out and destroy the hostile submarines. ;m f-nV..t 'f'
1 ,'-f ; Officials here advance the opinion, and have so, Informed the President, that tie is empowered
v under the Constitution to issue a declaration of war himself, pending the assembling of congress,' but
there is no indication that the President will follow such a course; T V
ig:;v; 1 1 'Near Grave of the Lusitania v l,;.-.
The unwarned attack upon the City of Memphis was made at a point thirty-five miles south of
the Fastnet Light, off the south coast of Ireland, in the same general locality in which the Lusitania.
was torpedoed and sunk. This steamer, owned by the Ocean Steamship Company, was bound from
.Savannah, Georgia, for London. She was a small freighter of ,3081 tons. She .was .skippered by
V; . Aboard the City of Memphis were forty-eight Americans and a number of others Relieved to (be
Americans, each member of the crew having produced a, certificate. of( American birth , or rherican
naturalization before the sailing of the ship. It is not known how many of the Memphis crew have been
lost, although there are some boats missing, for which British patrol ships are now searching... This
was the tenth trip of the Memphis Into, the war zone.,;;..;,-
. The despatch from London states that this ship was sunk by gunfire. The official despatch from
Consul Frost to Secretary Lansing says that slie, tso was Torpedoed.
The torpedo attack upon thf .Vigilancia was made , near, the scene cot he sinking pf .theity $
Memphis. The Vigilancia was a craft pf 2934 tons.. . SbAwas, pommanded by Captain Middieton, who
had with him in his crew some forty men. Of these fourteen are believed to have been killed. or
drowned.' Captain Middieton reports that he was given no warning whatever of the intended attack.
The Vigilancia was owned by the New York and yban.Jail Companf and was en route to 4
' ; French port from Lisbon. ''. '; iv. v':v i ' ' ' ; ' r - : ;,;,
. The jllinois was a tenic steamer of 3275 tons, bound from Port Arthur, Texas, for London. As
, in the case of the Vigilancia, no warning was aiven'her commander, Captain Iversen, pf th'e atfick
to be made.. ' '' '';-r '' : ' - ' 1 M;n':. 'V . '
HAWAII (S PRAISED ,7
BY EASTERN PRESS
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"The enrksRtBTat arid lctatMiie
Ure vt t Hawaliai Iflaadi to the
touriat wall pictured b WiHm' Bt
Caatle'e aervienbla taadbook, ilateii,
faat and i'reeent,' ".aay a rltk ia
the Nw York Ttmw. "It aapeatwd ia
Ha original aditioa aoana tbrea Of tout
yaari ago, but the preient wotb baa
beva brought romfletel trp to date- by
iaaerporating all the neeeeaary inform
tioa about the Inland that' ha aiuee
ba acquired. Whit aiaay booaa have
been written about 'apmlal ' phaaea of
Hawaii in its h Later or Ito eoaimeree
or it imlutrr, aeae baa -attempted) to
give, a Mr. Cattle baa doae, coatiae
urvey f it history. It preaeat m
dition and Ha natural beauty. . Partic
ularly interesting ia the early hiatlory
Of the liilaada p to tbe time of their
cMfiiinition by the Uaited Htatea, their
development ai a territory in th than
nt'la of trade and eommerea and the
preeent day condition of the Hawaiian
people. v.,-.' .K1. ; . . -
"To the intending vialtor, itto would
plaa hi trip intelligently, eepaeially ia
view of the fact that Baedeker ba not
an yet eatended hi labor to the I'aellie,
tbe book-ri ettacatially valuable, but it
hu undeniable intereat to thoea who
tay at home and muat aee thia beauti
ful land through another 'a eye."
(A,vtta frrW jr fWrml Wu-eteM )
V f EW YORK, March laTia tail-
f '-reniT irtrlVa iMt called "of y tee'
' day hftWro6.' i .1
Wnt trt Ht t 'Mea wMoe.t'fowlifb
Eastern tlhifj tbe aioliiwMe atrllio of
ta)rrr,aff rti,y. tbel 4t(M Ti tied
p avrty hwportait 1In4 of tuei ind
frapoi1Hoi ib th aoaniry dtipBag
frade and commerce, cloning mtnee taw
factoilea, arid1 leaving' OMitar of pnj
tilafieq without food ,ptty in thl crit
ical boar of th mutant tutor, waa
halted at the -eleventh hour in tbe
name of "natJoBhl defenae." 1 ' 1
Tb- order ttvat : traJVed' on tea of
thou in mt ' of 'entriiwr,'' Srrflae,' -
ductara and friidiett to. rebV tbelr
poat of duty during tb next Ive data
waa revoked by the Wader of the foe,
brotherhood of railway amployen'on
an unqualified and unconditional o-
vhrwatow riven, tbo eoanait -or na
tional dcfcmw by the- railroad manag
er' bad xeca.ei'vea 'to grant tbe em
ploye, 'whatever - adjuatment ot hour
and condition 11 deem aeeeaaary to
guarantee the operation of thia indi-
peaeabM arm of a t total ffetena "
tha nation' railroad ayitema.
Becpoaditg to th appeal to patrlot-
am'addreaeed ioiattv to the. railroad
manacenroata awd the railroad anion
by Preeident Wilton, Friday last, the
railroad authoriaed th mediatora' to
make whatever atmagentent are neeea
eary with tbe brotherhood to call off
etrike. ' Tetrerday' developmenta
fa ther international rriai aponwd the
raWroad bela to aerioa.' ' . ' '
Tausliatelr the leader. of the foar
brotherhood (lathed th word by tele
graph and' long distant ' telrphen
tamignovt The try to the Meua
tad -the men (bat ' thee would be no
trlie.'.': '"': v- :..' -H: -
At ante the- raibroad lifted frricbt
embargoe that bad been declared on
all mam line ia preparation - for th
No indfenMoir of the baddeb patriotic
' (AModatad Treat y Tedtral Wlralata)
l'EKI50, March 1A meeting af
the Kttonte minitter wat beld at the
offjbe of tbe foreign miniater bera yea
' terday, At whieh the foreign minitter
prevented a memerial, relocating the
Allied i'owera to impend the Boxer .Re
bellion indemnity, and to content to the
propoaal of th Chinee government to
i no rente inport dutiea, and to atation
troopt along the Tien-ttin-Peking rail
; road. . It ia believed that th reqaeatt
'will b- granted without trouble. :Th
' Holland miniater here it acting for tht
Germane, at th German miniater will
leuve J'eklaff for etbangbai within five
4m- Pttntarb ia sating for China ia
. )' .. i .. . - ;
RU3S BEAT BACK TURKS -r
, ; AND TAKE ARMENIAN CITY
(Aaaacteud r,a hr rt4eral Wtreieat)
' 10MKW, !nrU 19 Report from
VrtroRrnd annrrttaeed- yeaterdny that
tie UaKKinna bail re-ruptured the town
i .Vnn in ilio l.nke Vaa region in
' "nenia. after tome heavy fighting, in
Vl.i. h t ho Turk tuffered icveioly.
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V inriMiin iiiiiiinnun
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PLANT IS PLtr.'O.I UP
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iAmc4 Tnmt Wf reaaral WaraM)
CDPKNHAGKN, March ;Jt P-
pntrbea from Germany last ainht an
noudced iki dcitruction of the1 ,bue
Teaton munition plant 'at' Cologne laat
Taetday night, when an Mpiotioii
wreebud the place, billing teveral bun
ded of the worker. Tbe In or mat
comet from Germaa' to'wrte. M '.
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Kvery family theold be provided wilb
t'hambcrloin'a Pain Bairn at afl tfm,
Sprain may be cured ia.'.Maca leas.tim
when promptly treated.' ftam'ijei,
lame tbouldcr, paina in , th ide and
cheat and rhenmatic paint ar aom f
the, diaraaet for aliieh j't 'ia eapeeially
valuable, 'fry tint lialmeni and nOi
ainnintel with it nalitlea and' you
will never ninh to Ixt wltbnnf it. Foe
le by all dealeit, Henaon Hralth Co.,
agent for Hawaii. ; .
change in "tht cVKical tr!ke aitnatlon
bat been ahown, and th announce-1
men t "of taw 'railmad vra the amat
raiawtlo turn' of event of any in the
leifg ehairl that have marked the aego
fiavtona ainnw tbe bratberbood aad
employe deadlocked early laat year. -'
Firtt word of th calling off of th
ttrike earn from th eenfereace com
arittew of railmad anaahgera and ex
eVtillVes. f.Ilaha I, aetretar of thl
OMferene 'ommiltee f the raUroada,
gave out formal statement aaying that
a letter had been addreaeed.to tha com
atittee of bb aaaU of national oe
faa authorising ii to make whatever
irrangement were neeeaaary with the
brotherboode to eeeare tbw eallltg off
of th atribai.' TW cwnrtwittea Wa tf
painted Friday by Preildeat Wilaon a
a board 6f mediatiorl td Work for 4 p"a
ibJ ebmprnrnl aad nitt Of Hee
rwtary of tb Interiot Lay ebaintaa
Secretary of th 'avy Daniela, Pecrt'
tary 6f Ijibor Wilton, Daniel Wlllard,
of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad, and
Samuel ' Onmpera. ' preaident , . of the
American Federaaioa of Labor. '":'.
. Th let tea ftom th rairroad bead,
giviitg- tbf naediation board exxnplet
powee, in the-nam of th railroads, t
mak H aaeoaaary arrangementa wifh
th mea read aa followat "
' "fa the national eriai prtfrrpftWted
by the- event ef whir wo bave heard
thia affrrnnnn, tbe railroad eodfereaee
committee join you i tlie eoavietiea
that neither' at homo nor abroad ahoaW
ther V either bopea or fearf that the
effiriebt operation wf the nation' vaU1
road will be bampeved or impaired.
'Therefore yrj are hereby autkorintd
to ftnr'tb tratioat that tier will be
no atriltK. - ... . .'.
"At tbetraal of aaeb waawvaaee w
hereby authotize th committee of the
ooaail of national defraa to graat to
th rrrpoy whatever adjwatmotit I
workiag aoaditiwn it deem neesary
J to guarantee thw apeiation f yhiy in-
divaenaibli arm. of 'national oef nm. "
AdVaice b Fhccs: Totals 'Tea and Twelve Miles' In
Sc:th Tt tbe Clcody Battlefield of Soissoas; More
. .Ttn :xtr Vfliszcs.Fill Into' Hands '.of the Entente
Hindcnburg Hurries To Berlin
r .- ' (Aoclated Freaa by raderai Wlreleaa) . n
WVUX, bfarcw X plaid Idarahai von Rfndraborg, commander In chief
of all th German, armlet la th Held, nu hurried from hi great headquar
tert.to a th Xaiawr aad rxplaln to him th meaning of th recent retreat
oa th waoterm front, aad atllo th prni sltuaUon ther.
f ON DON. March ISXAbindoning. foi' thc
Li thrsti at the Germaa lines in the vicinity'
RULE VJILL F.IGHT..TO I'flR EtlD
Uiafilta rta f federal Wiralata-I
PETROOBAD,. Mareb- liv-Wiu' tb
net vevtige of . tb IntpeHal family
fast diaappearlBg front th ; orttward
fife of th Ruaaian neovl. th country
bi aettliog down under th new regima,
awkitiag th gavnenng or aa aaeem
bly of,- tiJC bundred, wblek 4.ttb
eieeUd by ) popuia vot of tb peopl
(or. th apr parpoaa of drafting a
tawatitution. . Caardoa ia- dyiag fast,
vn tha pitta of , (be. frmrr at-.
pcror baving beea takna from the, walla
of 1h pubUs buildlBga aad fton their
plate in tb borne of th aaildiowa of
Ruaaian who bad. been bred to regard
him 'a 'Hhe temporaV aaataifoetatloalof
the awpreme power of Ood on earth. "
Tbw 'Bew- eabinet yeaterday took ft
poet aad umed tb dutie of it ol
fie, and Premier Milukoff tha former
Sooialiat depaty Wf tha Dnma, iaud
a ) a th arfniatera of tb Entente
and neutral power; ;:"Wben th diplo
mat aeaewibftd bt notified them, that
BilAia ia nnitd la it determination to
fight the -war' fbrongb 'to a auearftil
ekHMF, no aterwat aeriftti' K iy
eaiaii. .,--' V- ': V V l '.
' Tb . revcrfatien W (teadifr gainlngj
trvngtb, ' bad yerterday th entire
Raaaian Baltir teet, t.8icr' and warn,
threw their fortonew ia with th
liberal, a did th ' gaiiiaaa of tb
Uwad f ttaatet'dr vMborgaod Hvcaborg,
Many Entente A cro
Vestroyed My: t eutonic f lyers
(AMOtiaUd rrea Br rdrat yTlraU
BEB145,- Wrea 1 1, .'
abov aad id t;tba waor , nT tb
earth, h Germana did Wfl tba-faat
fdw day, aeeordlng to -tba 'Offloal
eteiement Ueutd Veeterday' by kOer-
man sarai ataS.4 The fighting in tne
alt on tie wdatern
.f Tb fighting la tl
ulfed i tttef deatrnetion- it twe'nW-tWb
Allied tMroplaaef,' while, the, OeruKm
bt bat tare. Th admiralty -report
fhmt 'tb amount- f tonHag 'unfc ty
wbrtttr-' it March 1 wah V
199, wbibr the total for rbtary' a
aaad Dubfie waa 681.59" two; a Mi
I e3evesty-io brbreb- aa fly
lf?y-f fljQjt wmteraf-jiatio.
rr nr ,r in I lOTpri A fin .ft f fCB:).
rM lU H upjiuiutviu hcic; a
.i t trif
. .. .
-' '. J ' 'fWrV.
tly Tb atlat.
cleavage ia tb rbah of labor ef th
recent eoneriptloi itsn ttaa ' fcon
farenc o peUtieal Jeaojer pi .iao, l
bor par, bld br, ! () ".W'
afntoat aniaiinowafy " h ' wadnination
of' tha'Anatra'naa prernlerv Wntiam M.
uagaea, ana spejiwi ntm v
tb arty bau M ,
retpoad to the mandat of tb of
coo'ncili of tW pay l''oppoftioii to
contrriptiar . Hepre'aeataveVfrv.ni "
ary t t .Wr AifMt
waa.ow at lb tbtow itai) be Mf.
IfiiRh "weriptifi' fropoaai M-Mvod
a Tvrbbj votia'tli refTrdta mat
OrtoberJolaed la Jthd '(!: of Mr.
ITagh; andTtn tb Tdtlftwl fewBlatioa
ea-irb-d biaa and hi roltwr fid tb
.AaeftaHanabor towBiwt'' -
tr wa Teolvgd:-that-w-eenpwwory
ovoraea ndlif ary Mvlea U tvd tot
tba weiatiaiea abtdiad a-tb- Aa1r-1
Una Ijibor oartr'a olatform. all-fe-
ral manihera Cthat ia. mcmberi of thw
CommoawUh'Pariiaan -wrb bav
njpportad eonplry 0r aatttury
orvV,' or wbon jort.ine rru
pvptary fbor frty nd formed
other BoHtieal party, ar hereby tpU'
ett frwnr-tlie ATirtraMa-!- rav.
atewt."'' ---'" j - '-. '.
. It wa decided to tend i top of thU
rolurton to th Jeader cf th Labor
partv to-Great RrfUinr '
'Otbtff rarutr wate 'war aopi-
"That ny rHl tt Imperba)
deratloa -trivorviag th-.liKbtet ur
render t if Aaatrali') fttlf -governing
rxrwer 1 retura fe oU a tb tm-
lr' -foreign: aoliey would b'diM
iroui t AnttraUaa ideal (td ahouU
aotthwref b neTtaiad. A:
protett againat th unHrafniloo at
tempt made during th recent eonaeifp
tinn earupalgp by Mr. W. H- HugUea,
and other eouacriptioolata to clat
the Labor rrty with method and mem-
ber.o th fndaitrial tforbea. H .i!
r.'HBffbea wad -naked hi4 ohtai! M
th aMbaa af tba canfareiie. tie won hi
ajr bitbfo ,brt, atmarn!..;,, jB,hir
afi,fh inpbav WntUa tbi,.w
Ow tU Ivfft6tri Robert nrfi'of
dey''wh' ,W' culled fbe ",rthe "tef
T'rjtW Party in AurtraMa-r ;MNt
mueh at 15 year ago. he moved nia
tori resolution in favor of tb formt
tiwd ot.. f'poUUcal labor.' leag."
tbaaugUaat tb country, about a- ban-
deeif wew awd 'wevaew deerded1 at d awet
inp in' Sydney laat month to form an
.vnraiiir.ation to' be known ka the "'Aut-
traliaa'Nfi9at TMrneerati League.""
r,' Hnghe laid la ait Interview prior
f -thi mwetin that 'there ii bvery
indication that i very litll while a
powerful effort wiH be mad to re
taklieh th Ibec movament on a free
and democrfltio' taia to lead It baek
ia tb good lint which It bad fova&a-en.'1-the
league afllrmed a ita flrat
priaelple- ahartng U "all effort on tb
p, of tba Qpmmnwflalth Ooveramnat
t. tarry ant it, part ia. brlnglag. tb
wr tia weeui,tera)iaatioa.:'71 ii,
' ' Thd' folitieirt Jibor' Lea gab "ot N
(South 'VTab ort Of the -meat1 power
ful rtoliticaHy UYgarilaed abor1.lodw)
In Aurtritha with hedqurtet in 'Syw
nejr hat announced ita refusal to lly
Uaelf wltb th Stat ' Recruiting Com
mitt; which af part of th ebm
dvied by t-M ri,e-toT-Oenerl of
ReerViting Donald Maelianott; - to in'
eraa th Antlralia foroe at tb
fnt 'by voloitarybrm. The executlvao
fl thb J.egw kald they viewed with
grav concern th action of th federal
and atat government and of tb "
ploy art' aaociation in eloalng dowa
rmbW Week aad private trvriafle
kba' throwing thowaamd Of at out ef
amplnrmeat ainMiHancenaly with tb
launching of tb recruiting eamiaig
Itwa auapevte d, ther oaid, that a. coo,
rerted ninvement ha.J been tmi a foi
to fore tb people into a potitlon
where cnliatment Would be th nly al
teruatlv to attrvatWn.
time lein their '.
of Dipaume the ,
ferrtish yesteriiv. liak'mz tands with the Frerjch struck on a new,
teeter, breaking the Germaft frjant and driving them back more than
ten nnles in Dlacw'oTer'f front' of more than fortT'five miles. .'South
and to the east of that attack, th Fren.h throat simultaneously
over a 'frioot of thirty-bereri mile, 'and their iucdesa was even more ;
spectacolar than tattOi the,Brith, fptr1 mplaces the, German armies
were.lMJilerJi backward, shattered 'and broken for more than twelve; ;
miles. "'" - , -1 ' v- v ;.''...- '", ,
v V 'V , "SCORES OF VILLAGES TAKEN .
Scores oif VLtTagesV IrJcrording iucli places as Chaune's, Nesle, 'and
the'long battled for'city of eronne were taken by the Dritish, while,-'
Ad Trench, riammering steadily at the retreating Teutons, also cap-. , '
tared dozens 'bf .srnaU, tcrwbs and a . number of important ones,
indudhig Crotiyi Car IspontJ Morsam and Nbuvron, all of them posi-"
t:ons wmcn.nave occn pctu try inc uci mana im "'- nn
years, of;.since the battle of the Marne and Aisne flun thent back
from Paris and 'roke tJ power 'of von Kluck. : ' ' '" . '
.The announcement f tfce successful attack shows for the first
time that the British tave for Born time been extending the length .
,U Imr which thev' have been holding, and now they are irt charge -
of the : whote front 'ffotn the English Channel to Noyon, with the ' ; I
xcerrtioti of that small sector of Belgium which is being defended ; i
by the heroic troops under 'the personal command oi King Aioert.
thrust at apex of salient f. ;'
itere it is beiieVed that the French and British commanders have A.
accomplished a great coup, and have surprised the Germans by their ,'
attack in a' different sector, while hammering hard in the neighbor-
hood of Bapaume-and in .the Champagne country. 1 he military j
obtervet aim ard"point1ng wut the fact that tb ABie hav eleted th apex
of the grew Ocrua.it rit tbrfiaf iato Fraar for' their trok and bv
mitUn ta botll aid" of the 'print? crushing Into the Teutonic line on both
aide and practically Mitwrnting a large' Tar of it. i ' ' " . :
- Tb firt ae'wa of tbbttl wba ataiaed' la teporta of tremendoua artu
lory bombardaMBt aloog; a wide front. Thia bombVrdmtnt increased in volume
tati. h moment ama for. th trok of 'th Infantry. . v ' , , . ."
K..'-" '- : axRMAK tones vrciavso : : ; '
1 : Tbe TV Oermna Ua aroropled av nader th blow; bent backward and , ':
byo,' bsttfnr ia-thw Hliu aad Tmmie with .but pmparitively littl ro- :f.
ante. '-' ' ''".''' " :' ."r"-1 -r " ' - ; f.
y" TtTia waa reporte-d, aad tbe earn tb aaaauneamant of tha fall f Poronae, ,
a thrKritith prMd fevward.' They bad taken on of the outlying baationa
of that' ity 'lairtr wbv' Hb tie capture of le Boi St. Pierr Vat, cm of
tb t'rdng lotdm'tt tbX OeVmaaa on the Horn too front, and whieh protected . V-
tb aaaia f "Mount" 6. Qaaatin, which in turn dominated Peronno, When v.
yeterd5'BUlt begita theae plaeea felt in rapid uceeaion,'and the Britiah
liae awept on acme tb bWmme eaaal' aad tb 'niarehy baak of the river ' i
ltalf,'wkelretW"Frweb bad been bld for month, and drov tward With ,,
Wit "Mttl bppoaition "for mile '..."--, '.. v'.'V
!rH.. v wjtrLS.OArj' CEWTEB TAKEH ' :, ; f '
'Jliatifaewp tbi taihvnd 'teater 'of thwt 'immediate rctor, and tbo point
WWMdf -tb dermana eluag with auch desperate toaaclty when, t he approach
,of'H'Trwcb'nabled Oeeral Petaln to thrurt .wtrh aorae fore dirwitly at ,
it 'lit ''nfnwb, ato fell bcrfor th Britiah attack,, hnd , tha line awept on, . i:
tb wep' Widening1 a It frofpemei nntu the outiiern wavea mppea over xne
dvne4''of, tb" northet wing' of th "freneh ' army, operating- from Soisaona
east' bad" wbat,r,"' .:"-:' 'V" : "
'"Wba nlffbf etn nd M bfficinl teporta of th day wore in.it wa found t
rbat 'tk Britiah' bad gnhwd' In aom cane mora than ten milea of ground,
takea from th uReaiy- retreating foe, while tha Froneh had pierced h Oer
aanl line M place to a depth of mor than twelve milca and arp . moving
WashingttijV Convinced That War
innurope is wearing i is una
'''fA'Mttefctud " y reatral WatUea)
' It'AKUnrOTON, farch l9-OmM4h
Vr,1 convinced hat tb beginning
of th e'nd of tha War baa eotrte. "or
iowUig'the fall of Bagdad, th awaep
forwr6T? bf fh" BrVtiaby arnti 'in
Meaofatawia, wad th treraendoa gain
atad tky'tba Britiah aad- French upon
th''WefevarfTot of lata; th revehi
thrn hflfoeBv; and the grwin( threat
of irrternntlonal. troubbia'ia -Germany,
fwrnffiTTriy m mntrnrmt' of the declaion
irT rhiaa 1n"brfk 'off diplomatic rpl-
tiona with, .Germany. Thi ia itself h
awt tegarded aa aertoaa, bat a aa ka
(Titration of th trend of eiitiment
throughont th world. , The retreat of
the German in the weet, while admit
ted to'b eerlou 1 not regarded aa
being more than a atratogie move, and
in 'vento cjoartcr it ia believed that
Germany HI1 ha atrength for another
powerfnl atTemdve, ahouM aha eare to
lannch rt.' The revolt ia Bueaia i alao
looked "afm as brdng mor or less in. '
favor of tb Central Powers, ia view of
the possibility of a counter-revolution of
fh e'onaervntive, which it ia pointed
out, wuald; cripple. th natioa'a military
fflcienry.". ' ' -; ..
YOUNaWOUEN WANTED AS
' , cooks; m British army
, : ''. V ba AaedU4 tt.J .; ;)(.
' ; tONDON, March 4. Th war offU
ba imued' a, harry' call fer a tboueaod
joung WOra'oa to cnUat' cook dd
waitfeM .duiy, with yariu uait
ia th army. ,Th mlnimwnt ago per
j,Mt 1a atiFhteea and tha aav 1 S130
-r.r--r.f- .:.'-- .j.,
a year, wim .ire .onuorma, wary,.
laundry,, jaaiuaaee and railroad . far,
The pay; M a matter of fact, ia aligbfr
y better than that of th ordinary
Britith privat aoidier.- Women n
erit muat '.'sign on' for th dura
tion of th war.
PLEA FOR AFRICAN SLAVE
tONDOKV Wareh ' 2-tfb y Anti
Slavery Aborlgtnei protection Bex
eltty ha iaeued an appeal to Hh
eeretiry of atat for th eolooie
to deelar by proclamation th free
dom of 1S5.OO0 lave i the terri
tory known recently tb German
Kant Africa proteetorat. Th
pubtloaflon "of th appeal la sanc
tioned by th colonial oftie.
, The board of supervisor of ' Hawaii'. i -
Cenaty, nndr a resolution introduced .
by Supervisor A.' M. Cabrinba, has
gone on roc ord' favoring the paasno o( .'
RfipreHtativ I.yman' II. ' B. 68, , .
which provide for th sotting apart of
certain government land in llilo for tb
iuTof a high school, agricultural and
txjtanieal gardens. ' Th board . also
back up Lyman's H. B. 86, providing '
for a ait for the county hospital in
Hilo, Both bill, hav already passed
the house. '"'.'...''""', '
jTh hlgft-achool bin," after i atrenV : i
oua Ught in th bous, it patting on a ; :
cIom vote, was tabled shortly after
ward in the senate, but on Saturday
was taken from tha table and recom
mitted for further' consideration,
With the barking the measure lint ro-
eoivfld at th hajidt of the Hawaii
board it s?ms now. quit certain that '
th suuate will pats he measure, '