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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Santa Fe, New Mexico rut FE NEW lies VOL 51. FE, MEW SUMMARY OF TODAY'S EUROPEAN WAR ri .1, n.in.-liill. I, ,.i l'i-.-n 111. in i.'i.ni iii.-ii JIN i. Inn ii.liuinillv ill Inilh illllil.- :ni. inn, 11, lil.-l INI. Mi-l-illlii. I..I- :0i i, "f Tin- l.'i-riMlih I'.n-lilll. ..mil.. iiil.il.'. Sj.-ily. liinr ,11 IJnij.l, lli.-ir "ill- 1" Ci-nn.-i Ihi- C.-riliall I-MIUM I'li-Nf ilii'd [irl.-ltji. A I-'inii mining Slm-klmlm mill llil-iiiM l.ikm iin.l R.-Viil lu iiflcr .Ahlliy mriv'iiinl Hwmii-r 'l'nl iiin. mil, .Mm. !m in. Kli'lli-ll In IV; T.ikiu ri-pnrl.' llll- (uTIINIM ill Tllll. I'liliM. Tin- liml; >-li-niii.-r i- tin. Kiih-h i.f in CiTiiiiiiiv ti- llii- iLmup-r 1 IITIIIUII T" li'Hll -.1 I'M- IM-I.I-.' MI, '-I. in. .UN! l-'ralii. i- :1. i-.ii. II, I" li in -ii. l.'n.-i.ili iNiii In, MI at..H; l.i C.-rin.iii i. "Tl- t.-.l.iy rnn-.-r-. ill'- kink n, nl iiri.l uini, III Ml-ilNIi Will' llV :i "HI If IllUVn. (i.TIIKim. .111-1 1 a '1 Illl.-il, EXICAN MO. 151. NEUTRALITV TO PRESIDENT IS REBELS flRE CITY OF MEXICO BE CAREFULLY CRUSHED DNDER OBSERVED BY WEIGHT OF SAD UNITED STATES BEREAVEMENT VILLA DENIES HE'LL WAR ON CARRANZA; ARMY MOVES SOUTH. S t r i c t cat Instructions Nation and World Sin MOBILIZATION OF TROOPS ONLY PHFCAUTIONARY. SAYS PAN. CHO. WHO DOESN'T INTEND TO BE CAUGHT NAPPING. (By John W. staff Corrj- spcndent Santa Ft New Mexican arm- New York American.) Sent to All Ports; Brit- ish Ship Held at San Francisco for Investiga- tion. Lra, Was.-.it W.rs to Ntw VejllMn.J i. D. C. Aug. render Sympathy; Pri- vate Services at White Carran" 3nt! Mouse Monday After- aar" as nnly Villa Iri'i- NEW MANIFESTO FORFAR EAST (By Leased Wire to Ne K. C-, Arm. duns io aul UK- rriKtunis nutltoi i Xi -vf Yortt in t-iifyrcilli: n HOII'W in ntr.-iliry prtM-laniiitloi? r! totl.iy from tin- d itK-nt of oinnif.TCP. Mexican.) -Iiisirur- Leased Wire U. I.1.HI9 fur Mr. fur jiiuat' HWIM; ih c not n port t vrreio 1TAIN AND GERMANY EACH LOSE VESSEL IN EA-FIGHT 1 u-.-.-H'ls HIV Hlntiom-il. llial It lln- tlint I hi llrili-li IHI-- liriiiiin il in ih. [..nili.-il iin.l !m- i (.f mil Jtril-i.-l- ,.i-, I Vast Crowds of Britons at Recruiting Stations.; papers ou arf- a rise of is in Mexico City, where the population IB reported terror ttricken. New The forces art' AIIL'. T.-Tinla. marching on the capital. Wil-unV fuM-ral This was the official explanation Al'li'iuali at 111" day cf events in Mexico during the afl'.Tli'ioli. willl last 24 hours. The United States gov- Slyrli- Hill fi-ini- trnment sent a strong protest to Gen i" Ijiirial of eral Carranza, urBing that he give the.'-1'" Iiiaris wi K mini" Carbajal delegates an opportunity to1 "I to i-liauo: be heard, but the envoys already had f Proffbpor left Saltillo and are now on their way Mn-. Wilfiun's broili- to Vera Cruz. Official reports to the -ii- Sunday uiplit or state department say General Car raiza did not accord the Carbajal del egates "even scant cojrtesy." When it they term army it v.j., rapidly nl uf coal, '.-re. v.oultl "iliiy liu- an- ml, rii'itl.iriii Mnnilny mi FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE SIMPLE AMD PRIVATE the envoys presented fn.TM part .-if I'liilnl Hi- H.MIBI. kfariiiE Iho nf tlioui-ariijs ed six suggestions, the Carranza esentMlves fiatly rejected all and de- n-runs T, ipiiiu's 1'rnn dine Layer Sunk Cruiser Blown Up by j e Mine; Britons Save Out of 130 of Teuton! iliVtml.-l, In II Crew. I RUMORS WORRY PEOPLE. Wire In Ntw. ouiiipiuiv limn 'it- Frem !i nrntv lia.- iijiil 'im.i it.. (In- cmiiitrv. IllAV Minn- i lln 7.--1 if "n I-III-IHIII (lit- (iuniiim iinil Itrilis Mieuvcriiig in llic 13rili.-li ii] lli-h filllilji- 111 11 u( illrnliu'l.....I till- full-.......I. 'IV ii-iti'iiii-nl wii- mil ,-illnn-il mm! tin- M li.nl i.f inliiiirally in.i.l.- lln- liciiil iiiiiii'iiiii'i-iiM-iit in j'arliniiicMl i-r limn tl........f (In. Hriii.'li irui- nn.l lln- (ii.riiiiin niiin- i-i- Koi-iiium Lin-.-. mi. A fn l-iMIllfi- Trli-JI- lln- III ..MJ: I, 1-1 in- nf '.'I h I'......i-i-lliir nf 'OFFICIAL REPORT OF ATTACK ON EMBASSY I Ori-lin. Auc. 7. (Via London.] odk-ial n-port of tlu- ittack on tho i Hritluli ambaspy liy Hip norliu riopti- laco. for which tho (Icrnn'n pinprrur to the RrltiHh amuaasadtir ;IR as fnlUuvf: 1 "The Hi-rlln public first confined Its il.'inonplratiun to the Blnclm; of pat- riotic Hoimn. and to Bhontlni: at var who wi-ro malline; out- raRi OIIH K'-Plurfp from the windows cf, the.' L'inbasHy. Somii Band was thrown en the crowd, which tlK-Tcupon torr j up Hie mosaic jiaveinrntK on thei piili-wallis and bombarded tlu- win- London. Aug. p. The response to Field Marshal Earl Kitchener's appeal for re- emits for the British army sur- passes anything In the memory cf British military men. Huge crowds, of all ages, in all walks of life, silk hatted men, and poor- ly clolhed laborers, stood m long lines all dsy in front of the re- cruiting stations, awaiting their turn to go before the medical officers. Dr. Hans Plehn. correspondent of the German telegraphic newt aflency who had been placed un- der arrest, released today after he had satisfied the police lhat he was not a spy. He has de- cided to return to Germany. With the object of co-ordinat- ing the jystem of giving assist, ance to traveling Americans, and .restoring order among the chao- tic conditions arising out of the multiplicity of authorities, com- mittees ot American residents In London were formed today under aujpictt. Waller Hints Page, the American ambassador, has been appointed temporary chairman, and Consul General Robert Skinner, vice chairman. The secretary IE F. c. Van Dou. chairman of the American so- ciety In London. The purpose is to supply money to those who are penniless and lend up t3 On negotiable, papers .it the rate of to the pound sterling, injte.id of at the extortionate rate of to the pound sterling, now cur- rent In London. 'f KIMI, ill color win! 1 111111.1 i'i- i-: for a f'jrt-if trani-piirtaL on liuard v. o'jlil !n.- I'aiuting of v.s-rt'ls a v.-ar indicate COIHI.-IH'IHI. It arly undprttood Uiat Ih" uf rcscncK or rt-cruils i anny or navy cannot bt- Tl'ip docs not prevent in of pasFtnciTB III tin' UH there arc v.oni'n ai.d t'-rs on tin- death of corniil'-tf-d early Int it certain that the lniri.il would In- clared the conference at an end. Chag rln of administration officials at tr.e Js course of Carranza was apparent and h it was predicted that the United States rtot only wojld keep its n forces at Vera Crur indefinitely, bui :yi consider further the question of: Komi'. n of dirrcn.ni li.i oisuh an ion i; thctu l .-t-iveB without Jj would be i iniiiorlam itli'-r recognition and moral support for th' of constitutionalists when they '-ton Mexico City. Saltllfo, Mex.. Aug. 1 alists will Invoke the famous statut- 1863 known as the law of Juarer if federal do not lay dow.- their arirs. according to an officic' announcement here. It also was state-1 iL'n.the statute would be enforced against d th.ir stall fliorlly z. an; n.ii for an attack m farranza." Kaid Villa thin "and tli'- m-jldlir-ilion of my .11 Torn on merely a precati- i'lnary rn- J'ar.fho Villa li r '-.-iiK-hr a.- :uy "Ef can :--hfiiiL' 1." h" always I arn to Juan.z fn a ayp to more fficn'.-v. It in I! v.-ry II ti; to run out a illhcm l.-ut I inow lhat only In' rn that inok.-s tli" rrcul" Is tf roatid American J-lanz Chih. C.--H was 'c-diy tii-it Cartojal nniipKiou trhich wafl to c-cn- (i-nf-ral Villa. Trill remain ti E! until Villa rlulu f'lar'-z sonv- tirae U -aid that ViKa IR jlayinp for time and lm-3 not wish to ar.y action i reply is civ-n by th- Washins'-on government to a which Villa lo vnltva throtiRh TnftP'l reprFte.-ita.t.lrw C Tarothers arc I'-all) all i-.THDCse list he nuqi i arms or n.> nearly f (lit i.a uiuJ lii li" llni: at th itions of n. ('at'-s to the prounds d. only tl.e moyt pressing biiFi (.ranBacted at the eitTu'ii" Summer School Wires Condolences to President on Death of Mrs. Wilson. port certify to this department showed their j er she is a merchant vessel inlccdt-d 1 solely for til'- carriage of passengers cripf A of mnl 'he of wa< Summer Hm" ALSO nffts J. w AM) SURIIOvV I.' .art of the Thisi.i- tin fi, "The polU-c Immediately cleared tho eln-i-l." BRITISH AND GERMANS LOSi ONE SHIP EACH I.niidnn. AUK. Spencer rhnrchill, llr.l lord nf Hrilish ad QoU Lead the Van, Says lomirt'ij tnilny in HIP In oT r-iimnn.i? Thai tin TO lincl been no. -i T ani' no nnv kind' 1 nMior than thai aln-atly olUcinlly The Hrst lord "Apart from loan uf the HiKiU JJrltlsh cruiser Am pltion mill tlie OcnnLiii tiilnt- layer Ko 1'nidii llit'ie lias Letn no otlit'rj and IUHS us far ;is a flotilla or n rovers patrolling the uppor of the chiintiol found the witr or f-li" IF a ,'nriiHd of nstti.A, jms formation is for the jiurpopp of main- j (bo in ulniUty of the I'tiitfd' S'ates undor the prorlamntinn l thy presidrnt. will bo i, fust u :n cf this 'TO PROCLAIM NEUTRALITY TO RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA WaiOiinpton, D. AUK. M-i-i'ipt today from HIP Russian em-, baspy of confirmation of Aiistriallun- 1 Gary's rift Inration tf war Rus- sia, officials of Ilio state department buean draft inj; anotlifr nrutrality proclamation io 'lie imsitinn of; tbf T'mtcd Rtatpp with rofcn to latest pliasp of the European con- I'-ict. Cliarpt1 Hnhsclif-r. of tht- Swiss U-K- at inn told Srrrptnry Brym Switzer- land woulii today IFPUO n pruchuna- Mnn of utrtlity. Tbe clmrgn statpd lhat Americans pouring into SwItzi-r-_ land frnm France, fl-.Tmany and Italy.' ;-nd eppprially Vii-nnn. wtrc siifc. H of tend'-rest syuipatljy fnr were heard. t'n- y sirain l.-nislation. siluatioti at r. snlliin; frf.n, KMnipoan IX SPSSfON HKUK. TO COXVEV TO VOf SYMPATHY I.V THIS H'M'H THK I'POl'f.r nr KNEW IN MKP WI', j -OX THK HKIHKST TYPE OF JKRICAX YOT'R r cinrnNfis. DIRECTOR Attendance Growing. I This f-.Tf the '.irt-t-st ihuH at forenoon lectures i'-nc! (juhr a .'ihho'Ji.'h jnicot of toa--h- "rs fo v, i pVa i- 1 M of I at T'rbana Today's War Developments in Bulletins. PARIS Aug. report received here say the German trc-ofs nave entered the Belgian city of Llegc. but have not been able to take the nfrrMlr fvaiser; Whoop er Up TO KEEP CHECK ON for the Fatherland.' Mill hv of .silic n-nillw" nf tin- suiin-'s drilnri' !ln ir tn Imvo licrll l.mllv rln-.-k.-.] licavv uf Inmjw wliich ninst tin' Imvo n! their I Jl'iillL- (111 tin1 (JeniUMl fl'oll- fiu-inj; linih the Kiis-iiin jm-lj lire kepi frcin; Militiirv ciHintrie- (lf' Km'n'Kfn laying minos. A dr-j j stroyr ptirsufd and sank her. About ei man fiin-c-j of wiijrit probably mini berod li'O or men, were humanely 's.ivi-d by the rruwa of tlie Hrltlall do- "f 1'n-in-ii iirmifs kllnivli-tltfi.. IN-.V houru-r frr i i! whieh i plun nf nut. 'I'.- Kienrl, aillll 'The Ainphioli irontlmnxl to scout with tlit.- llniilla and while on llu' ru- iiini journey biown up h; n mine, "Tlio inrtlsfiriniinatt1 UUP of mines mi! in connection with military liar- boi-rt or stratcKfr pointB mid the indih- rrimliintf pcatteriiifi of contact ininits ahoni lln1 Hi-it iniKlil. of onurse. dp- stroy. not only but fill nierrhJiin nbipH mult-r y neutral M.-it! nml pi'MbK io forts. righting of the most violent character took piact in tht streets. The Belgian troops have cjpturec1 27 German cannon. PLYMOUTH, Eny.. Aug. 7 a. British light cruiser Vindictive today captured the German steamer Schlesin of 3.523 tons, and brought her into this port. The Schltsin waa from Brisbane, Australia, to Bremen. LONDON. Aug. 7 a. diipatch to the Exchange Telegraph WIRELESS MESSAGES from Messina. Sicily, the commanders of the German cruiiers Breslau, i, D. C. Aus. in- who are sailing out to meet the British fleet waiting outaide the straits! "Is and personal property into the keeping of the Ger- :md liici-llv Ih" llriti th" Rr-vit Dr 'j form of eov- c of British T'r. dance. i- imt-I L. ill- in'iiir.'il us- n1 unit uar. cH Hi'- att n no) nnly nf ihdpo of in lint of t nf lii.- uliniralty is nol al .ill alarii -rlVI, In hi.' in (lii-i-- V-i i-nlitrlv -iiii-C.i Ilir ttn-y K.fi-rrlnn in t: sjiri'iid I Mr ('bun-hilt tn si del iliis d this pajnTii CiilllllKLS Wllll IVpOI'lH fl1 and i-rrvmifi rs- Mr Chnrrlilll animuni -itl i. f.n- off .if ili-nuiiiiv. iMi'.'hiM i-Ml.mii--. .n. Pi -liilc .if ili-f.-J-.-f "plv iM.'iJi- '.M-r llv ''ml -mall ni ,H-i iinv.1. .-d sli lia.) tlerfd.-d iish a itn-i-s Inirt .in n-r-r- rcilcrick Smith, a niemhr-r of iuiH lit. mid from this bureau tn IUJMI.-.I n Hti'HiIy suppU- of trust- ttirtirniiitinn from boMi "f.nilniliy nrn! wnr nfflrt-. vfHin ijvlovT, plnrlnc In tlaiijrrr tin- m mllHrry of Ibo conn i I'f said Iho rnijntry j jif.jit (r'Ulifiillv informed ns of iiffafrn. UK- IK! n. imw-; vfil .'Oil111 '.o Iliu; Berlin, Aug. 7. (Via London, p. proclamation by Emper- or William addressed to the Ger- man nation was published in the official Gazette today. The text was as follows: "Since the foundation of the Ger- man empire, it has been for forty- three object of the of myielf and my to pre. serve the peace of the world and to advance by peaceful means our vigorous development. "Our adversaries, however, are jealous of the success of cur work and there hat been latent hostility to the East and to the West and beyond the oca. j "Thic has been borne by us till now, as we were aware of our re- sponsibility snd our power. "Now. however, these adversar- ies wish to humiliate us asking that we should look on with folded arms and watch our enemies preparing themselves for the coming attack. "They will not Buffer that we maintain our rrsolute fidelity to our ally, who is fighting for her position no n grest power, and with whose himltiflUon nur power and honor would be equally lost. "Eo the sword must decide. "in the midst of perfect peace the enemy surprises us. Therefore to .tnns! Any H.tllying and temporizing woutd be to betray the Fatherland. To be. or not to be la the ques- n 'or the empire which our filherq founded. To be or not to be is the question for German pow- ird Herman existence, 'Ws shall resist to the last jrcath of man .ind horse and we shall fight out the struggle oven ng.Mnst a world of rncmlet. "Never has Germany been sub- dued when she wan united. "Forward with God. who will be with uc as he was with our ancts- tin of the I'nileO States. Tin: inspectors an1 located at ilusron. riilladtlplilu, Bultlmore, New j OrloniiP, San Ki-jnolsco and Seattle. BRITISH CRUISER RAINBOW British cruiuiT llalubuw put in here to- j pectatlon of meeting the vessels of the British fleet patrolilr day. Colit'ctor Havis sent out board-; ATHENS, AUP. 7 (Via London. a. telegr spi ctors In the Kadio Bt-r- handed their vice of tho df-partmuit of commerce man consul. today wure uotlflt-d to co-operate wltli" WASHINGTON. D. C., Aug. of President Wilson's offer of (ho navy department concerning win- good hat been acknowledged by some of the warring in Eur- so as to preserve tin1 ope, but none of the constitute anything In the nature of a reply. Officials do not know whether it has been received In Germany, BRINDISf, Italy. Aug. 8 (Via London, D. small Hungarlan war Taurus, after repairing damage to hsr machinery, left at midnight. MEDINA, Sicily. Aug 7. (Via London, a. German EXAMiNED AT FRISCO j era Goeben and Breslau sailed out of San Alvatore at half past five Snn Pram-ifco. Cullf., Aug morning under full steam. Their decks were cleared for action In the tx- Ing the itraltt. :gram from Nlsh. to h-arji ln-r intentions. Servia. states that bands of Bulgarian volunteers are forming along the Vndcr tJu1 ni'iitrality laws slit'car. southwest frontier lo replace the Austrian troops which have been with- on only MiliirU-nt coal to make nnoth- j drawn to the Russian line. r port nud she mny remain horc PEKING. CHINA. Aug. German cruiser Emden. which was re- ported sunk vesterday, is said to have returned to Tsing-Tau today with one of the big vessels of the Russian volunteer flaet sailing between Nagasaki and Vladivostok. The latter ship carried nearly 1.000 and crew. WASHINGTON. D. C-. Aug. state department has no report of the taking of Warsaw by tht Germans. Officials attributed a rumor to that fff-ct to pn earlier dispatch which said the Russian genrral staff de d the citv. captains of rnerchgr.l vessels belonging to Rua- sia. France ,ind Great Britain were .idviscd today by the authorities to stay In Japanese norts in order to avo'd danger. I No confirmation has heen received here of the renort that the Russian j warshlo and the German cruiser Emden had heen fighting in the Chim Pen. LONDON', Aug. Bullion amcuntftiq to from South Amer taken Into the Mnk of England today. In addition India releas cd S10.000.POO which had been set astde by the bank and credited to the of India. PFKIN, Aug. has Instructed her mln'strrs at WashlnqtOfi Toklo to request Jhe United States an-i Japan to join with China In an rt to prevent hostilities In Chinese waters and i-ccause of the danqers connected with them. BRUSSELS. Via Lonrton. Aug. 7. (4 o. Pimple siys the citiscd c-r sevfn fires (n the city no to seven o'clock l.iit evoniny The heaviest firJnc "CCtirred yesterday Ge'mnn offl thm tn thp vMh n whit; faf] and dernqnciVd the of thr place. They received a negative reply and the bombardment was at fi o'clock. law hai b-en proclaimed throughout Belgium. I ONDON. Aug. Von Lawvery. an American who In I ondcn inday from Germanv, asserted that he saw Frenphm.in taken from train i-nrfrr the ffuflplclon lhat he a Spv. and shot on the station plat- form at In the presence pf all the passengers BF'.r.RADb-. Servlrt. Via London. fAiiff. 7 n. s'xth of Anstrhn prtitlcry opened fire on Servians at noon tcd.iy en tt'r river fiivc, to the wen! of Bflgrade. The Servian S; quickly siltnced tht Austrlsns, whc abandoned two damaged gunt. Calvin Hmv. 'Abject of in a manoer. (pjonnsr a nnmher of fxauislf1 ve-rrfs and tbe of tho crcal poets. inun- ihan -i hours. MERCHANT WAR SHIPS j CANNOT LEAVE PORTS Wji'-Miit'ton. IX Anr inrrrimnt ronvrrtrd foi I w.ir purpnflrp ot carry ins rUsis ir.nnin r. will rtn P'T-. cidcd net to ilefi mitti-tl to rN-.'ir from ports or ilu-: TOKIO. Aug j rusted SlaU- FOREST FIRES IN QUEDE.C. Rodey Will Not Go i Into Primaries; Too i He Thinks. Albuquspquean Will Bt Rcctptive Candidate Before Republican State Convention. Albuquerque. i Tiard s. aspiraci for thp Rr- E'lit'lH.-ar. Tor to- 'Uy antifmncou that lit- would cot go :tlo Ik" in Uornalillo -irty. would howvt'r. unlure of doleKatioa Sfllt from this roiinty. b. fort; the stato a.- a candidate. 'If I urrp tn BO iho primaries hfrc" Mr Rctl-v. "ir in city pr- c'm ihiit vhi rot th" tali., do much the u> i-i.u- v.hc can S V V SUMMER SCHOOL PltOGRAM. Tonight. V s r. .....I Cr.-.fn .'f HIT V mi.ny In- I' S Ill-null -Mi. I.f-lf I! H :i Inv.- Ml-s in..-, n.. Nil s.-l-iniil MiPli-im-nl i.-H' V liiwhkl. I 1. T.Mo Tcif.orrow. S i a. m X to Mnn-v r ill im'lon cf Hr. Ili-wi-ll V I'1 n. itr Ili-v.-oll V II n I.'-i. i.iiiin s Iir In-own. Vf.ir V ANDREWS WINS INBERNAL1LLO utipfH f-S aftfr Andrews A. claims Ihst W. the regl- big "We .ire certain of 22 putiide as a result cf the pnmarx todoy." said Mr. thts only needed 13. will carry city precincts to .night by sweeping majority." It is Admitted by the opposition lhat if Andrews -.vins the city precincts ha :will get the t'eligation. A number ot precincts not been
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