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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Santa Fe, New Mexico rut FE NEW lies VOL 51. MEW SUMMARY OF TODAY'S EUROPEAN WAR ri 111. in JIN i. Inn ill 11, 1" A mining mill lu in. In ill i- in 1 in. i- li in MI i. kink nl III llV If 1 a MO. 151. TO PRESIDENT IS REBELS CITY OF MEXICO BE CAREFULLY CRUSHED OBSERVED BY WEIGHT OF SAD UNITED STATES BEREAVEMENT VILLA DENIES HE'LL WAR ON ARMY MOVES S t r i c t cat Instructions Nation and World Sin MOBILIZATION OF TROOPS ONLY SAYS WHO DOESN'T INTEND TO BE CAUGHT John W. staff Santa Ft New Mexican New York Sent to All Brit- ish Ship Held at San Francisco for to Ntw i. D. C. Aug. render vate Services at White 3nt! Mouse Monday After- as Villa NEW MANIFESTO FORFAR EAST Leased Wire to Ne K. duns io aul i Xi in n in from d of Leased Wire U. fur Mr. fur ih c not n port t 1TAIN AND GERMANY EACH LOSE VESSEL IN 1 HIV It tlint I hi il in i mil I Vast Crowds of Britons at Recruiting papers ou a rise of is in Mexico where the population IB reported terror New The forces marching on the This was the official explanation at 111" day cf events in Mexico during the willl last 24 The United States Hill sent a strong protest to Gen of eral urBing that he give wi K Carbajal delegates an opportunity to be but the envoys already had f left Saltillo and are now on their way to Vera Official reports to the Sunday or state department say General Car did not accord the Carbajal del egates scant When it they term army it rapidly nl uf an- mi FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE SIMPLE AMD PRIVATE the envoys presented part Iho nf ed six the Carranza rejected all and de- 1'rnn dine Layer Sunk Cruiser Blown Up by j e Britons Save Out of 130 of In II I RUMORS WORRY Wire In limn Frem i lln 7.--1 if in 13rili.-li 111 11 mil M in limn mi. A fn III 1-1 in- nf h nf REPORT OF ATTACK ON EMBASSY I 7. of on tho i liy Hip for which tho to the as 1 public first confined Its to the of and to at var who out- raRi from the windows Band was thrown en the which torr j up Hie mosaic on thei and bombarded Aug. p. The response to Field Marshal Earl Kitchener's appeal for re- emits for the British army passes anything In the memory cf British military Huge of all in all walks of silk hatted and ly stood m long lines all in front of the re- awaiting their turn to go before the medical Dr. Hans correspondent of the German telegraphic newt who had been placed un- der released today after he had satisfied the police lhat he was not a He has de- to return to With the object of ing the of giving ance to traveling and order among the tic conditions arising out of the multiplicity of com- ot American residents In London were formed today under Waller Hints the American has been appointed temporary and Consul General Robert vice The secretary IE F. c. Van chairman of the American ciety In The purpose is to supply money to those who are penniless and lend up t3 On papers .it the rate of to the pound of at the extortionate rate of to the pound now rent In ill color 1 111111.1 for a on v. of a indicate It arly uf or i anny or navy cannot docs not prevent in of III UH there arc on death of early Int it certain that the would In- clared the conference at an Chag rln of administration officials at Js course of Carranza was apparent and h it was predicted that the United States only keep its n forces at Vera bui consider further the question n of an ion i; l without Jj would be i recognition and moral support for of constitutionalists when they Mexico Aug. 1 will Invoke the famous 1863 known as the law of if federal do not lay their according to an announcement It also was statute would be enforced against d stall z. for an attack m Kaid Villa thin of my Torn on merely a Villa li r can 1." always I arn to fn a to more It in II to run out a I inow lhat only rn that Is tf American was wafl to Trill remain ti until Villa U that ViKa IR for time and not wish to action i reply is by government to a which Villa lo C arc all list he i arms or nearly f lii at th of n. to the d. only pressing at the Summer School Wires Condolences to President on Death of Mrs. port certify to this department showed their j er she is a merchant vessel 1 solely for carriage of passengers A of mnl of Summer ALSO J. w of the tin Immediately cleared tho BRITISH AND GERMANS LOSi ONE SHIP EACH Spencer lord nf ad QoU Lead the Says in HIP In oT Thai tin TO been no. -i T no 1 than thai The Hrst lord from loan uf the cruiser Am mill tlie layer Ko 1'nidii lias Letn no and us far a flotilla or n rovers patrolling the of the found the or IF a of jms formation is for the of j in of the undor the l thy will bo fust u cf this PROCLAIM NEUTRALITY TO RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA D. today from HIP Russian of confirmation of 1 Gary's rift tf war officials of Ilio state department buean draft proclamation io tbf with to latest of the European con- of Swiss at inn told Brym land today n Mnn of Tbe lhat Americans pouring into land and H of fnr were y sirain at r. UK hanl f AM BY OK IX TO TO VOf SYMPATHY THIS THK nr KNEW IN MKP j THK TYPE OF r DIRECTOR Attendance I This the at forenoon lectures a of fo i pVa i- 1 M of I at Today's War Developments in PARIS Aug. report received here say the German nave entered the Belgian city of but have not been able to take the Whoop er Up TO KEEP CHECK ON for the Mill hv of nf ir tn uf their I the lire kepi laying A j and sank About ei man of probably mini berod or were humanely by the of tlie 1'n-in-ii frr i i plun nf to scout with and while on journey biown up n UUP of mines in connection with military or mid the of contact of not only but fill y neutral nml io righting of the most violent character took in tht The Belgian troops have 27 German Aug. 7 a. British light cruiser Vindictive today captured the German steamer of 3.523 and brought her into this port. The waa from to Aug. 7 a. to the Exchange Telegraph WIRELESS MESSAGES from the commanders of the German D. C. Aus. in- who are sailing out to meet the British fleet waiting the and personal property into the keeping of the Dr form of c of British i- L. unit cH att n nf of in lint of t nf is nol al alarii In in V-i Ilir in I Mr tn si del d this and Mr i. off Pi llv ni sli a .in a of lit. mid from this bureau tn n of from boMi In m of Ibo conn i said Iho j informed ns of n. Aug. 7. p. proclamation by or William addressed to the man nation was published in the official Gazette The text was as the foundation of the man it has been for three object of the of and my to serve the peace of the world and to advance by peaceful means our vigorous are jealous of the success of cur work and there hat been latent hostility to the East and to the West and beyond the j has been borne by us till as we were aware of our re- sponsibility snd our these ies wish to humiliate us asking that we should look on with folded arms and watch our enemies preparing themselves for the coming will not Buffer that we maintain our fidelity to our who is fighting for her position no n grest and with whose nur power and honor would be equally the sword must the midst of perfect peace the enemy surprises Therefore to Any and temporizing be to betray the To or not to be la the n the empire which our To be or not to be is the question for German ird Herman shall resist to the last of man horse and we shall fight out the struggle oven a world of has Germany been sub- dued when she wan with who will be with uc as he was with our tin of the inspectors located at New j San and BRITISH CRUISER RAINBOW British put in here j of meeting the vessels of the British fleet Havis sent out 7 a. spi ctors In the Kadio handed their vice of tho of commerce man today wure to co-operate D. Aug. of President Wilson's offer of navy department concerning good hat been acknowledged by some of the warring in Eur- so as to preserve but none of the constitute anything In the nature of a Officials do not know whether it has been received In Aug. 8 D. small war after repairing damage to hsr left at Aug 7. a. German EXAMiNED AT FRISCO j era Goeben and Breslau sailed out of San at half past five Snn Aug morning under full Their decks were cleared for action In the Ing the from to states that bands of Bulgarian volunteers are forming along the laws southwest frontier lo replace the Austrian troops which have been on only coal to make j drawn to the Russian r port nud she mny remain horc Aug. German cruiser which was re- ported sunk is said to have returned to today with one of the big vessels of the Russian volunteer sailing between Nagasaki and The latter ship carried nearly 1.000 and D. Aug. state department has no report of the taking of Warsaw by tht Officials attributed a rumor to that to pn earlier dispatch which said the Russian staff de d the captains of vessels belonging to France Great Britain were today by the authorities to stay In Japanese in order to I No confirmation has heen received here of the renort that the Russian j and the German cruiser Emden had heen fighting in the Chim Pen. Aug. Bullion to from South Amer taken Into the Mnk of England In addition India releas cd which had been set by the bank and credited to the of Aug. has Instructed her at Toklo to request Jhe United States Japan to join with China In an rt to prevent hostilities In Chinese waters and of the connected with Via Aug. 7. o. Pimple the c-r fires the city no to seven o'clock The heaviest yesterday thm tn thp vMh n and the of thr They received a negative reply and the bombardment was at fi law hai proclaimed throughout I Aug. Von an American who In I from asserted that he saw taken from train the lhat he a and shot on the station form at In the presence pf all the passengers Via 7 n. of opened fire on at noon en river to the of The Servian quickly tht whc abandoned two damaged Calvin of in a a of and tbe of tho crcal ihan -i MERCHANT WAR SHIPS j CANNOT LEAVE PORTS IX Anr foi I ot carry ins rUsis r. will rtn net to to from ports or Aug j rusted FOREST FIRES IN Rodey Will Not Go i Into Too i He Will Bt Candidate Before Republican State i Tiard s. aspiraci for thp Tor that would cot go in would of from this b. the stato a I tn BO iho primaries Mr in city vhi rot do much the can S V V SUMMER SCHOOL V s r. HIT V In- S H Nil V I 1. S i a. m X to r ill cf Hr. V n. itr V II n s Iir V ANDREWS WINS Andrews A. claims Ihst W. the big certain of 22 as a result cf the said Mr. only needed 13. will carry city precincts to by sweeping It is Admitted by the opposition lhat if Andrews the city precincts ha get the A number ot precincts not been
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