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IS A PLOTTER Despatches Say "Former Consul For Germany" Here Has. Been . Indicted As Violator cf Neutral ,lty In Widespread Conspiracy OTHER FORMER OFFICIALS OF GERMANY INCLUDED Albert Wehde, Arrested Here Some Weeks Ago, Is Named In ' Same plotTO Secure Japanese : Aid For I , Indian Revolution (Associated Frees By IT. 8. Kami Oom .jnnnlcatlon Service) SAN FRANCISCO, July 8 Charged with entering into a plot to foment a revolution in In dia and to secure secret 'aid for the Hindu ' revolutionists from China and Japan indictments were returned by the federal Grand jury here yesterday against ninety-eight' - persons, including former consuls for Germany in San Francisco Honolulu, Manila .and Shanghai. '" ' ' . , Federal District Attorney Pres ton last night declined to give out the names of those indicted, pending their arrests, to secure which he is telegraphing out the warrants to United States mar shals throughout the country. BIG BRIBERY FUND Those named in the indict ments, he says, financed the Hin du agitators, ia their anti-British propoganda and sent agents into Japan and China with funds niicicnmi iu ui iuc newspaper writers and publishers into sup porting the anti-British plot, while efforts were also to be made to secure secret treaties in China and Japan between those coun tries and Germany, whereby arms for the Hindus might be des patched to India and other as sistance given in the revolution. Among those indicted are some of the former employes in the German embassy at Washington, a number of prominent business men of German birth and a num ber of Hindus. ARRESTED IN HONOLULU The only two among the indict ed ones whom the federal officials will name at this time are- Gustav H. Jacobsen and Albert Wedhe, the latter having been arrested at Honolulu some weeks ago. These two are now held, with ten others, by the federal authorities in Chicago, under indictments on other charges of violation of neu trality. Forty-one other indictments in another conspiracy case have also been placed on the secret file. This case deals with the outfitting and Clearing of th ll,imr (irrim.n.l o . ( to. which sailed from this port on , filibustering expedition, with supplied, for, the German fleet then operating in the Pacific. These indictments are said to include' the names of Frederick Jebsen, formerly a prominent shipping I man here and now reported to be the captain of a German subma rine; C. D. Bunker, Capt. T. An, derson, who was one of the mili tary attaches of the German em bassy at Washington with von Papen; Hani Taucher, von Schack and J. L. Bley. This .conspiracyi as well as the one to incite a Hindu revolution, is said to have been hatched in Berlin, with the agents of Ger many in the United States carry ing out the orders of their mas ters. WEDHE FIGHTING CASE Jacobsen -and Wedhe are now Accident Is : Cause of First Death ' In American Forces Boatswain's Male Falls From Launch, Drowns and Is Buried With Honors As Men Prepare To Start For Camp and Stren ; nous Work i - . , (Associated Press of IT. Naval Communication Service) ' I A I'ORT IN FRANOE July R Final step looking to t taobilisa- ' tlon of the American cootln2ot In France were taken yesterday and", the men will leave soon for their i permanent ramps behind the line. No pleasure trio awatta the Amar-1 leans in the ramp to which they will i iro out on me contrary bard worn and lota of it. Kight houra of jgrill In work will constitute their daily grind. It ia a period of physical training under the condition which tbey will have to meet at the front and though their condition of health ia now reported an being excellent they will be still further brought into iih ape to stand the utmost rigor. This morning a military funeral was held. It wai the Arid death that baa occurred aince the arrival of the American force and waa the renult of an accident. The victim waa Boatawain'a Mate Dunn. He fell overboard from a launch run ning between a transport and ahore and was drowned despite effort to rescue mm. i Dunn wa luuied with full' milt! tary honors, though not of that arm of the service. j fighting the indictment ' found against them in the Chicago court and in the arguments presented in .heir cases has been brought out the fact of the wide ramifications of the German plotting, which has been carried on throughout the United States ever since August of. 1914. Following their trials in Chi cago, Jacobsen and Wedhe are said to be wanted in Detroit, where other indictments have been found against them on other charges of the violation of neutral ity. In this case the two are said to have been the principals in the attempt to destroy" a ., Canadian clothing factory in ' Walkerton, which was working on an nrmv clothing contract. In. that plot, dynamite was freely used in the effort to destroy the plant, but the bombs were poorly placed and failed to damage the factory build ing at all seriously. - CLEANING THEM OUT A despatch from Washington yesterday indicates that the Uni ted States is taking steps to clear the country of the worst of the suspected spies and plotters. All Germans formerly In the German embassy and consulates have been requested to leave the United States. This request includes em ployes who were transferred to the Swiss legation and consulates just prior to the outbreak of war between the two countries. The United States government is tightening its spy net. REACHED HERE YET I'p until a lute hnnr lu. ;.,!, warraut for the arrest of any Houo lulu man lta! been received here bv cable, while a anuoiul . v. .. Of 1 he AdvertiuBF tit n...i. .1.... . . v win pi i. 1.1 1 II I rlUC a to who the former consul for Oer nianv in Honolulu who ia wanted miirht be, fulled. The Associated Press iu Bun tram-lsco, iu a special message in an sner to one of The Advertiser, stated that absolutely no information wus oh tainahie from District Attorney Pre toil. , In all nrobnhilitv th. 1 of arrest will reach Marshal Smiddv today. , w .. v . , Since the beginning 6 the war here have been two consul for tier many here. Ueorg Kodiek, president of Ihe Hawaiian Sugar Planter' Associa tion and vice president of Hackfeld t'o., was consul for several year. He resigned shortly before diplomatic re lation between the United Htstes and (iciniany nvere broken. H. August Mchroeder, who had acted as private aeeretary for Mr. Kodiek, was named consul on the latter ' resig nation, becuming at the aume time act iug consul for Hwitxerland, which posi tion be still holds. He i au employe of Hnckfelc! ft Co. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI take LAXAT1VB BROMO QUIMNB (Vubletst. Druggist refund money it it fails to cure.: The signature of K. W. GROVK Is ou each bo,. Man jUtured by the PAKIS M1IDICINU iO.. St. Urin, U. S. A. . NO WARRANT HAS "uinn uv.1!,) i uqifTii,..: JULY 0,'?97. -yEMI-WEEKLYj - , , ; .;r ,8 uiiiu uiiiiiM I AiLr r f in i it kMPkiiiiD iiu ii Air a i nrnnrnn ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lunr.A viiiiii Lim liivuiv vr ijuuui rr .t-K . w aaa m m m - at ar aa a Senate By Decisive Vote Strength ens Language of House Bill But Will Delay Tax Bill' (AieocUted Prta By TJ... KsvsJ Com .. municaUon Service) , WASHINGTON, July 8More' de fnile step, toward the enactment of war prohibition of distilled llquort were taken yesterday during the session of the senate and good progress toward the enactment of the food legislation measures were made. At the same trne It became evident thnt delay ia passing the war tai measures must slso-ensue. The senate went on record in a pre liminary Vote as favoring sot only the prohibition of" distilling during the war but its Importation as well and by a still more decisive vote of directing the President to take over all distilled liquor in bond and to pay the ownera therefor. , ' In lieu of the provision in the house foon contiol bill which prohibits the use of gn.in in the mmiufnctnre of bever ages the senate yesterday by a vote of 13 to S7 substituted a provision pre hitritiug the manufacture or importa tion nf distilled liquors during the war. Thus the brewing of beer and ale would be permitted but the stand of the house ia M mothered to heavy spirits by tiie prohibition of imports as well ai msiinfrc ti re. I'nssing to the matter of taking over stocks of liquor in the bonded ware houses the sc'inte ttcs stronger Inn guago tlisp )nd been expected for in te;id oi authi.riring M directs the Pres ident to take over such bonded bever ig'. T carry this out and tut the ..rovisimi into ff t he is to pay the oit nd ten per rent additional. Thi will prolinhly mofli. a loss in revenues if 0.0il.tn,tl unA the government will lave to puy en ndditionul KK),000,000 'or the iiqu r wliieh is thus to be com- I nan-ii'r-'d. 'Mx-re is also a proviaion wmi-n win iimn tne consumption of the slcxk rf ictnilcrs either now on han-l or witlit'innn from bond before the luw can become operative. It-is genernlly renrded aa certain that the bouse will accept these provi sion but only after a liurd fight and a conference. The action taken yesterday promise to indefinitely delay the passage jf war taxation legislation for after the vote .on the prohibition clausea of the food bill the senate in committee o,f the whole voted an Indefinite adjourn ment and the resubmission of the taxa tion draft bill before it to the commit tee on finance which will have to re draft the bill and seek new sources of revenue in case the taxation of liquors la made impossible through' the elimin atioqof manufacture and importation and to raise additional fund for the taking over of the goods now in bond. , A Battalion of Women Goes To Front To Do Actual Fighting Petrograd Gives Enthusiastic Ovation To Infantry Regiment of Girls and Women As They March To Take Train On Way To See Actual Fighting (Associated Prase By V. a Naval Communication Service) rET HOO BAD, July 8 Russia bus a battalion of women bound for the front not aa auraea but as art uul lighter and to undertake real service. Commanded by Lieutenant Made moiselle Vera Butch kareff the wo men' battalion, fully armed and equipped as infantry, left for the front yesterday. Before the depar ture of the Amanona religious ser vices were held in the Kaisen cath edral which were attended by Uni ted .Htates Ambassador Francis and other of the foreign diplomatic corps besides a great concourse of Kussian citizens and soldiery. The street over which the soldier wo men marched on the way to take train were lined on either side by immense throng and the women were given great ovation a they marched along In perfect rythmical step and presenting a ' thoroughly soldierly appearance. , EN JAILED AND Berlin Editor Runs Foul of Ger many's Taskmasters Again (AMoclated Press By ry. S. Naval Com munication Service) BKRLlN, Germany, July 7 Die Zukunft Berlin has been suppressed because it editor, Maximilian Harden, famoua Koe.iul editor nnd leader, has been guilty of peace expression not endorsed by the German government. Iu an editorial Harden wrote that Oer many's enemies are right in their stand 011 natioual self government and lioncnf Hilr Sr..enients for s I im i o ut ion of armaments. ' An rl.l..t:.... - :.. t- . u-..ai.u. . 1 . 4 1 1 is a bond between nation and should be arried out. Harden declared that if Germany accepted these Idea peuce oiiU cpme tomorrow, otherwise she must crush ber nemiea, , , HIS PAPER SUSPENDED rtiwi . r . a - - . am CHINA ABDICATES IS LONDON REPORT Reign of Restored Manchu Very Brief ..Says Peking Despatch ;f.andf Diplomats Take Action To Keep Open Peking Mukden Railway (AsoCi'ated Prow By TJ. 8. Naval Com munication Service) , LONDON. July 8-. Despatches from Peking to the Renter news agency, r,eceivetl ;1C ;i,t night asserted-that 1 1 Minn Tnnp;. the viy emperpr. su rcotntlv restor ed to the throne of China by Chang IFsun, had nhdu-ated and Jiat as.Jiad liecn fm-ei-ast his Tign was even l.ricf.-r than his lormer one. No details of the alleged abdication are jjiveii in the despatches it 1oin; merely stated as a bald fait. Despatches from Tientsin received earlier in the day said that the diplo matic corps had met yestenlnv nnd had issued a warning to the authorities that unless the Peking Mukden rnilwnv is kept open, according to tlie protocol of 1X01. immediate firtimi Will liA laka for the reestablishnicnt of traBic. and ror tne Keeping or the road open. Krom Tientsin also I'll III f m - ii ab ikat the Peking-Tientsin rnilwnv had been cut and that . the rnvnlit. tempting to prevent n juiu tion of the republican forces. The people of Pe-! iuk wnf r-pwri.-u iu op in a pniiii. Tokio despatches snyi News that the runul,! lr!in iiritit ii nlss the command, of Oen. Tunn t'lii ilui, the lormer i. nmese premier, in marching towards Peking to give battle to Oeu.i Chang Hsun's force, was the Hignal for: destruction by the supporters of thai iiunarrny 01 tne railway Which leads from Peking to Tientsin. , The railroad was cut outside of Peking in order to block the progress of the superior re publican army. Representatives of the Powers in Pe king met in a secret conference and the Chinese situation was fully discussed. It is believed here- that a joint step will lie taken by the Powers to prevent Gen eral. ..Chanu's trooiis from destrovinir any more transportation routes. a t fti . wrncrni i nang was yesuMay re ported from the Chinese capital as hav ing been decided to talee refuge at Nekka, taking with hi in the Manchu Kmperor and his, command. But the latest deSHStch 'llldav mnnrl. th.. Chang is bow making preparation for punnioiv sirgo bw loo repuiiiicau arniv of Peking...-, '. rs, , ,., Peking' la' todnV 'practicallv isolated from the rent of llhina, and inhabitant of the eityare ineoustant fear of pos sible looting by Ohang'a soldiers. Japan's policy, of non-interference towards Chiua in her present crisis must not be construed to indicate that Japan is aiding the monarchial propaganda in Peking. This was the emphatic dec laration of Yiscouut I. Motono, the for eign minister of -lapan. He positively declared that the Japanese government is not backing Gen. Chang llsuu either directly or indirectly. General belief here today is that Japan would be asked jointly by the Powers to send a atrong military force to protect the foreign interests in the troubled country. If such be the case, it is believed, Japan will immediately comply with the appeal. ILL 10 (Associated Prese By XT. 8. Naval Com munication Service) WASHINGTON, July 8 Announce ment wus mude last evening that a mil lion women have signed pledges to fol low out a program of food conservation which lias been outlined for them by the food control administration. They have tJo all enrolled to become active members of such administration. Frequent instructions a to household economies and how to put them into operation are to be given these women. The first of them was issued yesterdny and with the efforts which the millign womeif will put forth it is expected that pruclicully ull of the patriotic women of the country will be participating in the movement within the next three weeks. From the reports given out last even ing it wus made apparent that Hoover aud the administration which he is or guni.ing liuve alrVady made great ad vances even before the food control legislation lni been enacted. House hold ettiiicn.-v on the part of the wo men will be i no of the great economical undertaking iu Hoover's plans aud the women nf t lie nation have responded cheerfully to bis urging for support. He aud liis assistants have taken the aourse of bringing home to' the women that they have a personul interest in the wur, a spirit of helpfulness and a desire to lciirn how best tbey may aid. The way is being pointed out in the in struction which the administration will issue and which will go directly into millions of lioiues. FOURTEEN SWEDISH SHIPS PASSED BY SUBMARINES (Associated Pre by U. 8. Naval Com munication Service) GOTHENBl'RO, Hwedeu, July 7 Fourteen stemuers have ' arrived' here from Kiijtlaud under German safe con duct. Three, including the Aspen, which was ikimaged by a torpedo lust May have in l ived in otber porta. WOMEN HELP FOOD ECONOMY GAIN PROMOTIONS Board To Make Selections of Nearly One Hundred Who Are To Be Preferred (AssesUtttl rrsss By V. 8. Xsvsl Oosuaa- nlcatlos fsrvlc) WASHINGTON, July H Nearly t hundred promotions among the higher oflleer of the navy will be made prob ably during the present month. Yes terday a navy hourd of selection was named to be composed of nine members and to meet July Hi. It will be the duty of the board that waa named yesterdny to select from the navy lists Hve csptsina who will b made rear admirals, twenty-six com manders to become captains and fifty one lieutenant commanders to be pro moted to commanders. With these promotions made the way will be open to t'e advancement of atill larger number to the rank nf lieutenant commander. EAST ST. TO DOUBLE POLICE FORCE Banks Come To Assistance and Offer To Advance Needed Funds (Associated Pros By U. 8. Naval Com munication Service) KA8T 8T. I.011H, Illinois, July 8 Plana for the reorganization of the po lio force following the recent racial trouble and riots and the charge of Inefficiency and cowardice on the part of the police and inilitin that were freely 'mode and were set forth la reso lutions of the chamber of commerce took definite form today. It I proposed to double the foroc as a part of the pre cautionary measures against a recur re nee of the troubles. While the city is without fund nec essary to meet the payrolls of a largely increased police department, one of double the strength that has been em ployed way and mean to meet the de ficiency have been found. The bank annonnced yesterday that they were prepared to make what advance to the city may be required to put the pro posal into effect and to accept repay ment when through increase in tne next budget the city may be in a posi tion to meet the debt which thi will occasion. Condition were again quiet yester day and are now approaching the nor mal. The feeling of panic among the negroes 1 being dissipated, but the re turn of confidence la rather flow and wiU be retarded serioualy should there be ny farther hostile manifestation. Now they are gradually returning to the work from which they were driven. BLOCK ISLAND SHOAL Famous Old Battleship Towed Off By Department Workers (Associated Preu By V. Naval Com munication Service.) WASHINGTON, July g-American engineering skill and the "standing luck" of the American navy bid fair to cheat the North. Atlantic of a vie tim, according to a statement Issued by the navy department laat night, an noiincing that the Olympia, the famoua old flagship of Admiral Dewey, at the Huttle of Manila Bay, ha been floated from the shoals off Block Island, after days of heavy work by the department wreckers. The Olympia went ashore lust month and. at the time it was feared that the dreaded shoals off Block Island would prove her grave yurd as they have proved the grave yard of so many fine ships in the pust. she probably will be towed to the Brooklyn navy yard for repairs and a enerul overhaul. PROPdiSTOCAlT CONGRESS ON LANDS (Associated Pros by V, 8. Naval Com munication Service) PfcTKOUKAU, July 7 The m.n ister of agriculture ba proposed that a congress of the workingmen and sol diers be called to indorse a resolu tion to the effect that tiie country's minerals, forests, and water belong to the whole people, turksISetT EXPELL ALL GREEKS (Associated Pros By TJ. 8. Naval Communication Service) LONDON, July 8-.Press des-! patches from Amsterdam announce thnt Turkey has decided that the breaking of diplomatic relatione on the purt of Greece is equivalent to a declaration of war and that the Porte uow regard a state of war as existing between Turkey and (ireeee. i Acting upon tbi. the Turk hnve ' decided to expel all Greek now lit ing in Turkish territory aed to con tiM'ute nil their pronertv. . J. Aimoku Dominis, Ward of Queen, Succumbs To Illness Well Known Youna Hawaiian Passes Away Funeral At Three This Afternoon Was Trustee of Liliuokalani Trust and Official of Circuit Court J. Aimoku Dominis. one of the best known young men of Hawaiian blood in the Territory nnd ward of Qoocn uiiutiKaiani, oieu unotllv IjeTore mid night Inst nielit at the Mr I nernv real. denee, Kahaia. He has been ill for stint tjme and his condition has lieen regard ed aa practically hoib-ss for the past several duys, but this was known to comparatively few and the new of hi untimely tleath InM niyht will eome aa a Shock to very many of those who anew aim. He leave yonnc nidnw and three small children, in addition to very ninny close friends. He was only thirty-four year old. Uomlnis had been considerably in the public ey during the past several years from the fact that he ias named by Queen l.ilinokslanl as one of the trut teea of the I.iliuokalsni Trust, into which the Queen has placed the greater part of her property and the validity of which has been the object during the past two or three years of some sen sational litigation which, st one time, threatened to divide the Hawaiian community. in (jueen s ward wns for some time sistant clerk in the local circuit court. coming into thnt oflice from the Bishop i rust vompsny. E E (Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com munication Service) . NEW YORK, July H Terrific artillery lire Was "Continued nil Amv vda.l n and waa general all along the French sou Belgian irontw. it wa significant of another thrust hv th Alii. k. point. Berlin Ust night admitted that mrra naa oeen two attack made by the French in the vicinity of Cham pagne, it also admitted that both at tack had penetrated the German fight ing line and that counter attack that were launched had fuuA tv, sit ing wa of the moat desperate cher- acier anu murn or it wa band to band. Contradictory reports eome from the Russian front. Berlin in ita official re port laat night made sweeping claima af victories at several point along thi sector.. , Important gain at. several oiftta are claimed. . . i On the otAer hand, Petrograd offi cial reports deny the Teuton claim and make counter claim of more im 'portant successes. Petrograd y: The Russians lafe yesterday occupied the heights of Prevvooe in Oalicia, also the heights east of Godova and are ad vancing in the Hfanislau region. Violent lighting i takiag place around Pinsk, which is In flames. The Russian artillery driving straight ahead is leveling all ebstaeles and forcing the German to fall baek. Today the Russians captured the fortified forest of Hlanka Hill and penetrated the vil lage of Godov. They have also made further gains in Galiclo. On the British front advance were made in a successful thrust at Wy tiicbuete aud counter attacks of the Huns were repulsed but the distance gained was not' great. The most important political de velopmeuts in weeks are expected in Berlin when the reichatag meets again next Monday, as Chauoellor von Beth muun Hollweg, Foreign Secretary Zim meruiann and Admiral von Capelle, minister of the navy, and Financier Helfferiih are to make speeches. art siimiiG TO MAKE FLIGHTS HERE (Special Cable to Nlppu J1J1) TOKIO, July 7 Art Hmith, the American aviator will stop at Hono lulu to give several exhibition "stunts" on his way to the- United Mates next month. He said yesterday he wishes to uet support of his proposed flights iu llonolnlii from every" nationality, but especially from the Japanese, as he be lieves the Japanese are among hi best friends. NEGROES THREATEN, TO WIPE OUT WHITES (Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com munlcatlon Service) - ST. IOI IN, July 8 Colonel Don nelly, cmniuunding the Illinois National (iuard companies doing patrol duty in hint St. I .on in. has received an ur Kent request for help from the whites living in Hartford and Wood Hiver, I tint lie send troops there to protect them from negro rioters. The negroes lime tuieuteiied to attack and ext-r-minaic the nliiles in retaliation for the killiHU 't negroes in East Kt, Louis by the white workmen. The whites aie tc pni led to be burricaded in their homes, unitin the threatened uttack. 1 BLAZON TYPE NOT NECESSARY. i Ii ii in bet lit i u 'n Colic, Cholera and Dianhiica Remedy needs no glnrin headline to attract the public eye. Tli" simple hlateiiieut that all t-lieiiiihtH xcll it i Mifticient, as every family knows its Milne. It has iteen used fur fmtv veins ails' is just what its name im plies Knr ssle by All dealers, Hen nun, Smith 4 Cu., Agents for Hawaii. FRENCH IK GAINS FIERC THRUSTS BRIEF HI i LONDON CITY IS FIERCEST 10 ' 1 '-'': " -r V Loss of Life Is Great and Dam- an Tn Prnnnrlu llnsa Caxam iw lively ITIUIG wvVvl G . Than That Occasioned Bv Rec ord Air Attack of June 13 BUSINESS SECTION IS MARK FOR BOMB FIRE Attack Lasts Only Twenty Min- . . 1 . l T 1 1 j, J ' uies ana lowara. me uiose Attackers Lose Sense of Di rectnesa and Firr Aimlctelv ( Associated Press By TJ. 8. Naval Com munlcatlon Service) . . r riNnnw. iniu a renoit;a. - a third as large and proper ty loss greater than the raid of ; June 14 when scores were killed including iweniy-six cnuaren ana sixteen women resulted from the ; raid of yesterday which appeared to have been directed against the civilian population and the busi ness and financial buildings of . . i: A A.. i a n the city. It was at nine-thirfv vesterriav morning that a score of German aeroplanes made their appear- anne anrl nnonoH a ferritin KAmJ: - - - M tvtl IIIV WVIII harrirrrpnt nn th hne!ne eon. tion. Thousands of persons on the street at the time, w$re witnesses to one of the worst air attacks recorded in histnrv and I4UI ths knmks.iliBiil '. IS . uie uviuuai uiiiciii ur us jffects. They also saw the great lir craft battle that followed until . the attacking planes, took their eave before the. fire of the Bri tish airshins. jl.ThA vnlnvinn nf the bombs and the rattle of the ir craft gunnery was terrific. ' While the attack , lasted only lupntv minute It .......j miv. 114 acsciuy TVdO) iroatop tKon nutl Ina i.iltiitL I vuivi own Riijiiuiiy VVIIII.II U don has heretofore experienced.. It was right over the heart of London. ' The sun was shining but there was haze when the attack wat maae mat caused difficulty In see ing the raiding craft which flew over the city with great rapidity md dropped bombs with deadly iney passea. jtney luaaeniy came out of the north. high in the air, but volplaned town until they were not more than a thousand varda atvvi h city. Then the anti-air craft guns ipened up a tremendous curtain fire uDon the rMm fl tu- ' - " Qft . M raiders held their bombs until above their objective point and uaerl ct LiJ. t- v. ui uib placing ot them. Thev lost (mi. ini,i.. .. -rf " - v au luipa, . three being shot down into the sea and one to the land. ' Reports say that there was no Hama am i V.A . l ! . 1 w. uis military or to buildings used for miUtnrv nnr. poses but that it was to business hlllM a .1 . t - - VVIMI1ICVJ, Casualties were renarterl w. 1UUUIUEI IOII lOtl lint nnKJ thirty-six killed and 141 injured, ( the fatalities , being twenty-eight ' """ wumen ana .two ,cnil dren. -ky, . The property . loss was im mense. Windows were shattered over a wide area, plaster knocked down and walla demolished. The very basements. in which refuge was sought were shaken by the force of the ( explosions as by earthquakes. . ' The quick and ready defense ' which London made against the raiders upset the Teuton , pUns manuesuy i0r alter a little time they began to drop their bombs promiscuously and Immediately preparatory to their retirement they were" missing their objec tives completely. . , While the raid was a costly one to London in lives and in aroperty it also brought destruc tion to a. large pait of the Teuton fleet : .'. .