El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 10, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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Mondar. Augwrt 10; 1914.
ÉJL PASO MORNING TIMES
lured by the Oertrua paopi and troop t
while trjrlflir today lo eren the Russian
TIM empreas and princesses of the im-
perial family are personally participating
In supplylig food for the Oermsn reser rei
passing through Berlin
They are enthusiastically cheered by the
Amunir (bone who have entered the Ger-
man barracks it DoebeMtt are a superior
rtiieafen official and the Mutilan public
prosecutor who to ' part In iba trill of
Mendel Belttss wbi i he ai chirred al
Kiev with "ritual murder."
Hermann Wendel. (he aorlallit member
of the Imperial parlialneni. who recenny
during I siieech In Hie hnuae thouted "Vive
La France1' hi volunteered for enrice in
the German army.
REPORT GERMANS RETREATING
I Mil. II STEADY PRESSURE
from i iiF.M.u moors
Ka the Anoeiattd Prttt
lirussels. Aug. (Via Londn. Aug.
10 I 1. 'Ri.T Tfie following slaiemenl
li.i- been Issued by Hie general atafjf:
"The position of the nerman troops
lim hanlly changed since Saturday.
Their advanced detachment! are re-
treating under I he irn-slslable prei-
mire of the French troopa wlio ire
In considerable i In ill the coun-
try siiulh nt the Meiine which they
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We Buy Constitutionalist Currency Today at Following Prices
Curransa Currency '. ; ..'26 cents
Chihuahua Tteritnnipea Currency ....21 p'nta
Chihuahua One-stamp 22 cents
Old Villa Currency .' 20 cents
V. S. A MK.XK'O llltiilvl lt.l. 812-813. villi. Hide.
War Map of Hottest Action in
Europe's Carnival of Conflict
are clearing t German troopi. The:
n ni-. movement ..an been com-
pletely flopped. The French and Bel-
gian troop will lake the ofrenalvc
Intuit mi -l . In accordance with
rom cried plane."
The. imssian cmpcriir his telegraph
ei to k ii if.- Albert his ciiigraiulaiioni
and licit wishes for Hie cuollnued
lurcesa or the Belgian arma.
GENERAL RMIKO DIHITRIEFF
vol i Ml I us ts RUSSIAN ARMY.
I son i tul ir n rt ra. Aug. . (Via London.)--
Hernial llllllHo I MlllIM leff who WS colli
Minnilt T In-i hlef or ihe Holgarían limy dur
ing. Hie war aaralnt Turkey ihd Is now
mugarían minuter ai HI. Petersburg to
day telegraphed Ins resignation In order
Hiat he might serve al a volunteer In the
km iin inny.
WBHUkHt INVADING RRLGK'M
MU SHORT of PROVISIONS.
liu the Attwtated l'i i mi
Paris Auk. . ivta London) An órnela!
iiiiiKiiiiicqriieiu hiiued loaay siyi conrir-
mnllnn ha ijecn received thai the Germans
in 'm! in- Hi-it-nun are lacking in provision
having undertaken in .forre their way into
oir ...uiioj wiiiioui meaing maquine prep
SITI TtO IN 111 I I. II M
FAVORABLE TO Mills
Uy Ihr AKñtitiatcd Prrtt
London. Aug. -35 p.TBj A dlBpitrli
the Central New from Brussels nays
ii newspaper Elolle Unite isserts there
not neen a moment's irinisiice il I. lege
According lo the same ncwapipcr 100001
riries nt Hie Jatr-at pitiern hive filien Inti
Hie hand of the Belgians.
The Exchange Telegraph's Brussels' cor
in ine event or me cnerk of the German:
Ing roimniied the conclusions to - In
drawh Is tilil the second phase or the cim
parifn must commence In a few davs. Mean
time there Is no doubt ihal Germans will
endeavor lo gel together llielr full strength.
i ne Simmon viewed rrom an points tim
aflcrnouii was highly favorable .lo the al
LARGS Tl rtKlsil i oni i s
IN HI 'LIJARIAN' TERRITORY.
By the AttnclaM Prttt
Athens. Aiiir. O.tVli London l:4S p. m
Larire Turkish torres lnvn concentrate
in Mitigarían lerrilory near I erejlk in the
inny oi me river Miriisa. Thcv are
moving iipp.iiiiilly III t lie direcllon of the
rrontiers or rnraee unci iiuis-aria by ag;ree
meut with liiila-arla.
M sum ORI'IKKHH BOMBARD
ANTIVARI. IN Mo TL F.GKO.
tíy thr AKMiiultitrit Pre
Home. Ana. 0. Anuirían rrulsers hnm
Darueii Aiinvari Moniene;ro Kalurilav lie
iiik ine wireless nailon accoraini in
vire in i ii riii io mu í near urininsi uy
I lift mill WILLIAM IIKPAIIT8
FOR Al STItl A FHONTIKH.
Hll the Juaociafrd 'tria
London. ua. P. (4:15 D. m. ) A dlsnit
from Homo lo the Pally Mali says that
current Dial Kmperor Wliilam liai
left Berlin In i motor car for the Alsatian
The Hilly Mall's- nomo correinondeni
adds that airordlna; lo ntspatrhes from
Basel Switzerland Ihe Germans have evar
Ultra siinht Lunwia in a sac. four miles t
Hi" nnrtliweat of Basel ind lliat battle Is
Imminent un the Fram o-swlii fronller
FRENCH IIAHOMKV moors
ENTER NORTIIKHN TMMLAND.
B;i thr i.s.. ..!.. I'rrm
LoiMlon Auir. o. (4:S3 p. ni.) French
troops in. in Dahomey have entered north-
ern Toaoland the oerman colony on the
west roast or Africa the southern portion
or wiin li Ureal Britain selied-yesterday.
MANV AliHTRIAN TROOPS
TO ASSINT I III GERMANS.
Uy thi .Unarlati U Prill
Home An sr. . (Vli l.ondoni Forty-elorhi
train load or Ausirlan troops from the
Tyrol arrived today at f.eopoldshoehe in
Baden to the northwest of Basel. Bwltier-
Und. They were on llielr way to Alsace
lo assist llio Germans.
NKPIIKYV OF EMPKnOR
GAI'Tl HEII IX BKLGII M.
Ity thr Atwovitltril J'n-n
London Auk. . t0:U p. ni.) A Brus-
sels dispatch lo the Exchange Teleirriph
company says ihit prince neorce or Prui-
sia nephew of Emperor William. Is amolla
he (irruían prlíuners who have arrived al
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News Erom Our Ready -to -Wear Section About
Women's Suits $15 to f 125 Suits Are Now
$5.00 to $29.50
CONSIDERING the style quality and value of these Suits El Paso buyers have
never had a better opportunity to be so well dressed at such noteworthy sav-
) ings. Although selling has been
brisk in this section during the
first week pf the Clearance Sale
. there are still enough left to
please the most exacting buyers.
Select yours now while choosing
is at its best. S
Grouped in Seven Lots Note the Prices
Spring and Summer Suite up to $1 5.00 dr AA
Spring and Summer Suite up to $19.50
are now i
Spring and Summer Suits up to $22.50
Spring and Summer Suite up to $35.00
are now - .
Spring and Summer Suits up to $39.50
are now 'ÍM
Spring and Summer Suits up to $75.00
Spring and Summer Suits up to $125.00
From Across the Sea Comes
Japanese and Chinese Embroider-
ed Art Work.
Wednesday and Thursday of this week
we will display and sell a large as-
sortment of real hand made Japanese
and Chinese Embroidered Art Work
brought over by one of our foreign
buyers who has just returned from
japan and China itopplng here' en
route to New York. This will give
the people of El Faao as well aa vis-
itors In the city the opportunity to
see some rare selection from China
and Japan-. Watch our ads for the
Although we are putting special stress on our August Clearance Sale merchan-
dise we have by no means neglected the new Kail arrivals. And as each day
of the Clearance Sale passes by we gain more room for display of our NEW
Beautiful new Fall Suits Dresses Coats and Skirts are now being shown In
our "Daylight" Ready-to-Wear Section (Third Floor). Chio new creations in
Hats will meet your eye as you enter our Millinery Section (Second Floor).
New Corsago Bouquets are also here In the favored kinds for Fall.
New Silks and Woolens for Fall have been unpacked and present a wide range
for selection. Persian Chenille Tinsel Brocades Crepe Taffeta Tinsel Brocade
Grand Pandee Brocaded Satin de Paris Velvet Brocade SaUn Dúchense Velvet
Brocade Crepe de Chine Silk and Wool Gabardines Egyptian Crepes Wool
Douura Wool Charmeuse Wool Thetis Silk and Wool Canton Crepés Wool
Vigoureux and Satin Finish. Broadcloth are among the favored dress - materials
for early Fall.
This. mupjisheeWK the section ol Europe now most concerned In the lU'i'itt
conflict. In the waters of the North evu the English and (ermun warship
aro clashing. In Belgium and ttlonK the Franco-German border the Uermnna
are fighting against the French and Belgians with the probability that the
V'.ngllsh will hnon take part.
from the Standard' Brussels correspondent
timed t o'clock last night siys:
"The minister of wir authorizes mn to
slate thai l.leie hit not been occupied by
the i crinan i."
rifty lhlaai Captured.
fítl thr Anociatei Prttt
Amsterdam. Aug. u (via London). Fifty
Uhlans have been captured end disarmed it
Maastrlch capital of Hie province of Llni-burg.
Py thr Anorlatrd PrrtH
Brussels. Aiir. . -(via rani i.n n. m.
News that the French Belgium end British
Iroopa hid effected Junction across ihe
lines of the Oermin advance In Belgium
caused greet rejoicing here todiy. The
crowds sang Ihe hatlonal inthems of lhv
Grrmin Advanrr dusprnded.
(; fAc Annoclatril Prem
Brussels. Aug. v. (via raris. k:-.m p. m. i -
The iierinan advance checked hy the reslsi-
snes-ol Iha gilgtans at l.tege appeieea
American was always Pillowed liy an Invi-
latlon lo hue a Ixinle of wine At last
rearing too many r -rusals to accept the
proffered ho-iilialtiy nunlil rinse offense
the ofrtcer went lo Ihe coniiiiaiiduni umi
aked ihit he tie alloued to chanire his uní-
rorro fur civilian cintiles io lie would not
attract attention in- tequesi was groined.
i iim l- I Mil UK4JC
BIT MISTS' Hlll.lt OUT.
Ity thr Auciuliil i'rrtt
London Aiij-. .oo
crepanry between the 1
reports on um iiuiaiinii at i.ige is be-
lieved by military men here to be account-
Id for by the retreat ol the Belglin troops
which hid held the routes between llie
forts and thai the lown ol l.loge lias been
taken by the Hermans who continue to ad-
vance on a line between II uy and Loiivaln
leaving part of their army to besiege the
.i nil t IHLAN PATROL
. ven urn BY HUMANS.
By thr jteaociefal Prttm'
Druiiela Aug. u -.Via London. 7 10 p
ta-j From the southern pari of the prov-
ince or Mmur conies the news or the cip.
ture of I patrol of lierinin Hilans by liel-
glan gendarmes who look lliem to Civet.
strongly fortllled town In the department
of Ardennes. Frinre. some rS mile south
of Ihe town or .Mmur
' Slurp cavalry engagements are reported
In have occurred soulh of Ihe Meuse river
between the French and Clennans. It Is
iiiulei stood Ihe ailvanlage rented Willi Ihe
French. British and Belgian riags hive
been rioitlng since this morning over Use
town hall 111 Brussela.
Would Postpone Viral Saee.
It li thr Ataociatrtt I'rcii
London Aug. S.--Tne Hoytl Ulster Vichi
club last Friday sent a cable dispatch lo
the new York icln yiub saying It would
be Kind If i postofien1em of on mouth
could be granted for the Amerlca'i cup
races. The message sild Ihit in tne event
or the war being still In progreas at ihe
expiration or Unit time the Royal Ulster
Yacht club would like to have the poi
ponemcnt extended so Hut the races com i
be sailed in r..i between Hie existing elm
lengrr ind one of the present American
randldstes for the honor of defending me
Tin- message was In response to one re-
ceived Wednesday from the New Yum
Yacht club In which It was dated thu llie
New York club regretted to learn tint Fug-
land wu it wir ind wuulit he glad to
know the challenger s wishes regirdlng ilie
KRMANK i t PI l III TRAINS
i nuil i m. i ( ii MONEY.
Til 'i il llii. to thr TlMi'l
Berlin. Aug. . (6:05 p. in.) Three trains
carrying large sunn or munsy were rip
Levy Grocery Co.
''. A. ' j :-L- . ' ioE'i" ; . '. t
fresh Elbert a Peaches extra fancies $1.00 Box
Plums Pears. Apples. Watermelons California Grsp
Hy the Anociateil Prttt
Pans Aug. . (6:tSr- p. in.) At special
ineellng tudsy the Americsn Clumber of
i.ominnrce appointed u commlllec to con-
sider mcins roi rendering practical aid to
the I rench nation una wouni be done hy
no lliiailng rinauerkl eaclunge providing
lor quick trinsaiirtiiioii or French iuer
(luudise and oblalnlng employment Tor
women thus enabling many Induilrlei here
tu eotiilnue operations. The war depart-
ment ins lutborlted Ihe American hospital
ai Neuilly lo Install In the new buildiugn of
the Pasieur l.ycee uo bedi for wounded
GKHMANS AMI AUSTRIAKS
IYUI LÜ I V I I .It l NITF.Ü tiTATEg
Uu tht Aociutcd Prvu
wa-huigtoii. Aug. Antlclpiilon that I
large number or Hermans ind subjects ol
Austria Hungary who live In Cunda will
try tu take up residence In llie United
States until the Lurnnean troubles are set
tied caused the commissioner or limnlgra
Hon at Montreal in telegraph today for
instructions secretin v uson instructed
ihe commissioner who his Jurisdiction all
along the uiiruer. io treat applicants tor id
mission in the ordinary way. and to or
ward all cases or those rejected ror final
action ny tue uepirtnieiit oi iinor.
Brlaglna Maay American!.
By the AssSSiSlSS Prett
London. Aus. II. The Bed Star liner Find
land tailed rrom Dover at i o'clock this
afternoon lor new York. The Fimiiind tu
aboard a lirge number or Americans.
i oí u Geraass Seteased.
In Hi. I.. mi. .1 Peru
.Newcastle'. Kng.. Aog. . Forty Hermans
who were arrested nere recently were re
leaied lodiy from custody.
Four Vermaaa Nearly starves.
Uu the Aasuclulrd Prttt
Liverpool. Aug. ft. A steamer which ar
rived here today brought into port four
( erninis oiinil n i unan Dual in ft
(ieurgf'i channel. They had taken lo the
boat to avoid the coast guards who were
pursuing them ind were nearly starveu
I. Fit tl IN OCr.l?ANON
OF LIEGE CONFIRMED.
Uu thr 4 asocia led I'rrs.
London. Aug io (Srjs i. m.) The occupi
Hon of LMge by Uu .Hermans 11 ooorirmed
111 a dispatch received here from Brussels
early this morning.
BELGIAN WAS MIMSTKS
DEU EALL OF LIEUE.
Uu thr AssllSstrel Peru
Loudon. Aug. IU u 0 a in. .-A dispatch
day to have been entirely suspended. The
Hermans remained passive In'thelr-positions
bevond ihe fire of the Belgian forts. It
was understood they were concentrating
ITTU.KEII BY ClUIANii.
By the at asociarse! Prcas
London. Aug. III. ti:i a. m.i me an-
mlralty has announced that one of the
cruiser squadroni or the main rleei wu
attacked yesterday by the Uerinan sub
marines none or tne nrnisn snips were
damaged. One uerman submarine wis sunk.
n details were given ss 10 ure puce it
which ihe fight occurred.
Markdaea Returned to Americans.
By the ttnuriatrd Prttt
Paris. Aug. ft. Americans are Deing al
lowed to keep llielr automobiles which
were requisitioned it the beginning of
nuiblluallou. Ho miny midlines hive been
prorerred by French people that Ihe wir
ornes cannot use mem an.
LONDON MUCH PERTURBED
Report el Use Fall of Lleje and Capture
ot Mas Belgian Pruwaers
Caused Much Eirllessesl.
11 r.icis arc still in Belgian bands and
there has been no ierpui occupation of
the town by the Hermans."
Reports Irom the Belglin minister or
war stating there had been enormous losses
during the fighting between tbe French
ind German In lower Alsace were received
here. They stated that the Oermans had
lost 30000 In killed and wounded and tbe
French i:..non hut It was later explained
Ibat these reports were bssed on unofficial
advices received at the Belglin ministry
The object of the Herman advance Is Be-
lieved to he vuiuir. on their left flank
and I.niivalnc on tbeu right riink. ir
this opinion is correct military men be-
lieve n great bsllle is Imminent between
the Oermsn and Belgian armies tbe Utter
proDsniy being rcinrorced by British and
English and French stamps.
By the Attocietró Prttt
Brussels. Aug. . (Via London. 1:45 n.
m.) Belgian orneen In Hie war tone ire
new selling Kngiuii gnu trench nantpl
fly tne AuoesatMt Prttt
London Aug. . Much perturbstlon wss
caused here today by ic ports from Berlin
..r uy rill or Ihe Belgian city of Liege
and f he capture of thousands of prison
rs. iMesssges from Brussels up to I so p
in . . day laid Belgian troopi still held
and fiuu there bad been "no serious oc-
cupation of the town by Germans."
In-natches from Brussels moke of a
review uf Ihe defenders of the etiy . of
l iege by King Albert but did not say where
His Majesty received litem. The troopi
revluwed by the king apparently were io
the opinion of people here the rield army
which had been operating at Liege and
wiurli yesterday wss reported ss leaving
us' cuy lu Join stug Aiurn s army tne
reason given being thai tbe forts of tbe
city were considered able io take care of
ineinseiirs against UW uernun torces.
Dispatches from Berlin from the semi
official agency Ibera were poiltlve In Ihelr
statements that "Liege II In our hands and
3 .000 or i.ooo Belgian prisoners are eu route
to tie rmanv '
Nothing deruHle has been obtained from
Brussels on the subject up to o'clock
this evening London line when an official
sououureuMMii said. "Liege la Invested bul
SI MMER NORMAL WEATHER
18 OFFICIAL FORfeCAST
FOR THE PRESENT WEEK
By the Attoetated Prttt "
Washington. Aug. 0 -No hope forv
reiier from die beat wave now ipread
over the eist before the litter pan of
Ihe week was held tonight by lbs
weather bureau. Artcr Wedneiday the
forecast ssid there may be some rail
In temperature. Normal summer
weather Is forecasted for the soutb
and extreme west.
Ssulhwestera Weather FererasL
By (Ae Associated Press
Washington. Aug. .west Texas Fair
south local thunder showers and some-
what cooler noun ind west portions Mon-
day or Monday nlgbt; Tuesday fair.
Arlxons Fair Monday ami Tuesdsy.
New Mexico Local thunder showers
Monday; Tuesday fair.
REPORT TO BRYAN
t tilllllMI ATION HAS NOW BEEN ESTAB-
LISHED WITH ALL Or THEM AND
TCNSION IS BELIEVES.
Number of Amertrsns Arrested is Germany
Oa suspirUu Will Be
By the Attoclmtrd Prttt
Washington. Aug. 9 Secretary Bryan
lunouncra loaay mat tne Ainencin govern-
ment now wis in communication wim sii
Its European embassies and legations and
that every effort wis being mads lo csre
or Amenosos in an pans or tne conn
sailor Gerard at Berlin but today commun
Icatlon was established through jCopen
lugen. Mr. Bryan ai once telegraphed in
quiring about Archer M. Huntington pres
Idenl of tbe American UeogriDblctl society
sod other Americans reported srrestea as
official dispatches revealed that miny
American! nao neen arrestee or tsmporar
Hy detained in Oer many merer on sus
Diclon that at the first outbreak of hostil
ales and during tho mobilization period
persons who talked English were under
espionage une disputen said many Auier-
Icins were thought tu be acting suspici-
ously because they displayed cameras slid
were using pictures ot ine troops or
scenes Incident to tbe outbreak of war.
Assurances tbal'Atnerlcsns soon would be
able to leave Uermany were given several
dsyi ago ind Ihe opening of communica-
tion with Ambassador Uararu was espocied
lo clear up all doubts on Hie subject within
the next i!4 hours. One of Hie first mes
sages which . ame from Ambassador Ucraid
was s formal no unci mm rrom ihe Ger-
man foreign office tiui most Herman ports
had been mined ana requesting tne Atner
len ships to be warnea against navigating
in any pons wnicn nugtii ue usses oi nos
unties for foreign forces.
Another repon rrom Ambassador Uersrd
said he understood the English channel
bad been mined but did not say by whoflt
Counsellor nan lay charge d'artalres or the
British embassy wno was si ine sisie ot
psrtment today suggested thit Germany
nag pi'ouaoiy milieu ine siisshwi mmi
he lud received no advices lo warn Amen
ran shins to Hut erfecl. From Carlsbad
dispatch was received saying there were
three nunarea Americans mere an won.
Secretary Bryau Counsellor Lansing As-
sistant secretary PhtllDs ami slate depart
ment officials generally were at work
throughout the day. Mr. Bryan conferred
with President Wilson st the White House
on the European situation uut no an
nouncemenl wss made. It Is believed Hut
tim situation In the Far East was discussed.
The appeal recently made by the Chinese
government to the United Stltes to hell
maintain lier neutrality has as yet been
enacted noon. Slate (ICDsrtment officials
denied a report thai Ambassador Guthrie
al Tóalo nad presentea a noie io ine ..mo
ese aovernment dealing with possible de
velopmenls Involving Japanese activity in
China it wu Indicated however that
Ambassador Guthrie was making Informal
inquiries lo learn th Intentions of the Jap-
anese government with respect to tbe Euro-
pean war. It Is considered very likely mat
if Japan on behalf or tier ally. Great in nam.
participates 111 an attack on Ihe German
colony Talng-Tau a formal errort would
be nude by the i niicd states to preserve
The dinger ot inciting the revolutionaries
in China through die Hcllvltlei of Jspmese
and other foreign troops Ii known lo be a
mailer or lerious concern to the I'ekvng
government which Is understood to be
pressing ihe United States through Its min-
ister here for some balpful action.
Por several days there his been a dis-
position in adiuTnlsirstlon circles to W-
gird the situation In Ihe Far Ksst as not
linmeiliaiely pressing as II wss considered
unlikely thai Germany would take the of-
fensive because or ihe predominance pi
English. French and Japanese wariWpi In
the wail-is ot the western Piclflc. The re-
ported in tent Ion or Japan lo attack TSlog-
Tiu. however nuy Ijtrluence Ihe American
government'! decislo on a plan or action.
ENGAGEMENT IN PROGRESS
NEAR HOLLAND BOUNSAHV
By the A Koclstcd Jre .
London Aug. to. -a number or wonnoso
Germans were brought to Msaatlchl from
Monrkv silage. An engagement IS taking
place at Eben. near the boundary between
Belgium and Holland.
when he left Liege the Inhabitants were fir
ing on the Hermans rrom windows and that
all residents csught shooting st the Ger
mans were sununsrlly executed.
CONFIRMS FRENCH SUCCESS
IN GERMAN' LUXEMBURG
By tfie Aasoclalest Press
London Aug. 10.-r(4:i0 a. m.) The Brus-
sels correspondent of the Dally Mall siys
he has confirmed the report of French sue-
cess at Marbehan In German Luxemburg
on the railway line between Ostend and
He says II Is reported that the French are
pursuing tbe Germans who arc retiring.
GERMANS RECEIVE REINFORCEMENTS
ANT) ENGAGE BELGIAN ABMY.
By the Attoetated Prett
London. Aug. 10. A dlstutch in tun
Anlwrep Handlesbad from Miasttcht stalot
tne Hermans nan- u-ceim ivinliin
mentX and ocmpleteiy occupy the Belgian
icrriiory uoniering on l lei iiulcn nrnv nee
i i.irnuurg. nicy are now engaveii n-iin
army wrrrm his taken lis mal.
Hon (near Tongres eleven miles south of
Maaatlchl. The righting wis progressing
urn aneriioou in me vaney or tne ueor.
Al'STRIANS HAVE OCCUPIED '
TWO HI ssi an TOWNS.
By tht Associated Prttt
St. Petersburg Aug. to (Via London
:35 a. in.). The town of Andrejew Hus-
slan Poland and lite customs ststlon at
ltadzlvllov. In the province of Volliynta
ncr the Austrian fronller hive been. oc-
cupied by Hie Austrians. A detachment of
Austrian troops wig repulsed rrom the vil-
lage of Lexenlvolf.
According to news reaching here the
German warships Goebeu and Breslau have
passed Greece sppanmtly going toward Hie
EMPEROR OF GERMANY
HAS JOINED HIS Mill V.
By (he Associates' Presa
London Aug. 10. A dispatch to toe Ex-
change Telegraph company frost Rome
says Emperor "William has arrived si
Aix-U-CbapeJlefjColola bis army.
III m.NG FHIDMjUGlrir
London AAisXiloiTso a hi.). A dis-
patch to the Express from Brussels limed
In thst elty at noon yesterday says that
the Germans entered Liege on Friday night
and occupied the town although the foru
were not taken.
Tbe occupation was accomplished decor-
ously. General von Einmlch having been
warned rrom Berlin against allowing bis
men i oeouimlt excesses. The troops sid-
ed by rsvalry approached the town slung
ihe main eastern roads through charred)
BELIEVED GERMAN Ft 1 1. 1
IS MOTTLED LP AT TSTNG-TAU.
Uy the ÁMOcisleal f'reu
London Aug. 10 A British fleet pro-
ceeding toward Tilng-Tiu pissed Shanghai
todiy. Cannonading wis reported by an
Incoming ship. It is believed the German
warships are bottled up In Tslng-Tau tur-
bord British . merchant ileamers will resume
their voyage along the Chinese seaboard on
French reservists lert Hong Kong for
France Saturday on the Peninsula and ori-
ental steamer I vira
By l A tocia ted Prttt
London. Aug. to. Tbe Pirtl correspondent
of ihe Chronicle says It Is reported thai the
French have won soother bsllle which
wu fought between Meulbeusen and
Tbe Chronicle's Amsterdam slates thai
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 10, 1914, newspaper, August 10, 1914; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197125/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.