El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 28, 1914 Page: 1 of 14
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As a Reminder The Thirty-Fourth Anniversary Number of The Morning Times Will Be Issued Sunday
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The pictures from left to right show a wounded Belgian just brought to the hospital and attended by two nurses. Examining a wounded Belgian's eye and wounded Belgian soldiers lying in the hospital at Brussels.
TRIP AN OVATION
BIG CROWDS CUT TO GREET VILLA AND
ORREGUN THROUGH NEW HEX-
- ICO AND ARIZONA.
Ml in. In Address at Darning Lauds Presi-
dent Wilton and Compares Him lo
Washington add Lincoln.
LAUDED IN SPEECH
BY GENERAL VILLA
By AMES F. REDDING
(.Timet Staff Correspondent) .
Benson Arts. a hit. 27 The prorrata or
General villa and General Obraron through
tw Mexico and Arizona today was one
continuous ovation. At every station
where the train stopped hundreds of peo-
ple Americans and Mexicans alike were
out to greet the noted revolutionary war-
riors and the cheering especially for Villa
was enthusiastic and. hearty.
General Surprised and Delighted.
Villa and Obregon were surprised and !
delighted with their reception in the unit-
ed stairs and both were well nigh exhaust-
ed shaking hands with the hundreds who
crowded to the est steps to greet them.
The Jalisco band which accompanied Gen-
eral Obregon from Guadalajara gave a
concert at a number of the larger placea
while brief speeches were made by Gen-
eral villa several tunes during the day.
At Demlnr. where a big crowd was gath-
ered. General Villa slid: .
"Mr good friends l am glad to greet you.
I aee that many of my countrymen are
among yen number some of them friend a
and some or them enemies but I want you
all regardless of whether you were
friends or enemies to understand that I
bear mailer to none. It la my earnest de-
slíe that my countrymen those who were
my Trlendt and those who were my ene-
mies shall return to Mexico where trader
the new government we are about to set
up homes will be available to all. I emerge
from the strife and turmoil of civil war
a poor man. Just as I entered It a poor
man. Any service that J may have per-
formed in the cause of liberty Is fully
compensated ror In the knowledge that
Mexico Is about ' to enter Into an era of
peace and prosperity such as the country
has never known since the root or the
Spanish oppressor first trod bar soil.
Disclaims Political Ambition. ' '
"I am without political ambition and my
only desire is to see a government or.
ganlied in strict accordance with the con-
stitution. In which the civil authority will
be supreme over the military and In which
the rights of the people and especially of
the poorer people shall be fully safe-
guarded." Praises. President Wilson.
At Lordsburg. General Vina lauded Pres-
ident Wilson. "The American people" aald
General Villa "have the greatest president
in the world while Mexico must blush In
shame for some of her presidents tn the
ftast who ruled the country with despot-
sm and tyranny. If your president con-
tinues In the path which he Is now tread-
ing be will ere the time comes ror him
to lay down the reins or orrice be as great
a man as was either Washington or Lin-
At Demur the Chamber or Commerce
presented the party with a crate of melons
and at Bowie at 50-pound watermelon was
placed aboard the train.
Generals Constantly Together.
General Xllla and General Obraron have
been constantly together during the trtp.
mixing freely with the other members of
the party the generala haft Been out or
touch with the Sonora situation during the
day bat both are confident that the ef-
fort to adjust affairs in a manner satis-
ractory to all. will be successful and that
the visit wUI result in the prompt restora-
tion of peace between the warring fictions.
Governor Hani Beads Escort.
At the Arizona line. Adjutant General C.
V. Harris and Captain M. G. Browne board-
ed the train having been detailed by Gov-
ernor 0. W. P. Hunt to escort the party
through the state. Captain Mearas and a
doien non-commissioned officers of the
Twentieth United States infantry are also
accorapanynir the party-
The aoacttl Is scheduled: . arrive at
nogales at mtamgni.
EARLY RELEASE I
By the Anoetatei Proas
Washington. Aug. 27
are about completed ror
nt the snou Mexican n
camp followers who for many months
nape oeen tnierneo ai r oris nuwK
M-. and Boiecrant Cal.
Provisional President Carranxa bas
guaranteed the aarely of the refugee
and it U expected that la a few
days American SOU will be rid of
these visitors whose presence baa
cost soineimng like gxjoo a day.
v Moat or the refugees are former
N federal soldiers who with camp fol-
lowers crossed over into Texas after
General Villa's derisive victory at OJI-
naga. Of the v. more than MOO first
were Interned at Fort Bliss near El
Paso. Tex. Later they were It irtil
to Port Winnie.
The present negotiations provide
for the release of all camp followers
and soldier below the grade or Ueu-
. tenant. . This wUI leave for rmure
consideration the cases of mora than
a doxen generals. The United State
alto must decide what shall be done
with tbe bandit chief. Maximo Cas-
tillo who Is charged with retroosJ
Willy for wrecking tbe Cumbre rail-
road listmel. with a Utos of more than
firry lives including several Asaerl-
I OF MILLIONS APPEARS AT
LAST 10 BE IN
PROGRESS IN EUROPE
Sinking of German Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse Pale Beside Titanic Battle and
the Realization That Allies Are Fighting to Block the Road to Paris With
Germans Hardly Farther Away Than New York Is to Philadelphia.
GENERAL FRANCISCO. VILLA
CONSUL HOSTETTER HEMES
HE EVER WAS IN JAII. AND
' "fihYS HE IS WELL TREATED
Speelnf Wire to 77ieVl.net
nogaies Ant. Aug. 27. positive de-
nial of tbe report that united States
Consul Louis Hosteller waa or ever
had been In "Jail in the Sonora capi-
tal was received here tonight in the
rorm of a telegram from llermoilllo
addressed to Governor Maytorena.
The message was In response to one
from Governor Mtytorena who sought
to put 'an end to the persistent re-
port that be had caused the arrest of .
the consul. It reads as 'follows:
"Your message of today received.
On the 38 th I received' a massage from
consular agent at Gtiaymas that the
admiral of the Pacific fleet In Mazat-
lan was inquiring upon orders from
Washington if 1 was in jail. I ans-
wered that I tad always been well
treated by this government and never
bothered that I was not tn Jail and
that I could not understand where
sucb false stories started."
CASTLES INTO HOSPITALS
central Montea Over for
Injured British Soldiers.
By thr .4 stoefnf of Presa
London. Aug. 88. (irilO a. m.) The con-
flict of millions appears at last to be In
progress. Even sucb hews as tbe smkln:
ór the Oerman steamer 'Kaiser Wilhelm
der Grosse pales beside me titanic battle
evidenced by the tribute of Oeosral Jofrre
lite French comminder-ln-chler to the
British army and the realization that the
allies are fighting Ui hlock the ruad to
Paris With Ihe Germans hardly farther
away than New York Is to Philadelphia.
Meanwhile the ntisslan hosts are drawing
nearer to Berlin not even during the rirst
great struggle between Europe and Asia
oil the far Nanchurlin plains was the
enormous battle fought tn such Impene-
trable silence as far as concerns the outer
world only the vamiest generalities are
given to the peoples or Ureal Britain and
France by their respective governments.
Pmhahlv the. German people know little
more or what their armies are accomplish
Little Information Available.
Ail the information tbe British public
obtained today was the report from tho
French announced by Premier Asqulth in
tbe house or commons that the army waa
engaged on Wednesday against a superior
force and fought splendidly.
After midnight the orriciai news oureau
rave further Information that the Frenen
r rations extending over a distance or
miles necessitated changes In the posi
tion of the British troops wntcn are oc-
cupying a strong line supported by the
French on both rlanka to meet tbe German
Plan of the Germans.
The Impending oattie unaouoienry win
be an attempt by the Germans with tne
barest army ever employed ror a swm
attack to sledge-hammer Its way tnrougn
ST. fin: p. in.) Historic
castles country mansions and luxurious
yachts are being turned into hospitals
convalescent homes- and Red Croas denota
The owners in most eases are providing
a full rqulptmnt for the houses and craft
and paying for tneir maintenance.
The Duke ol Devonshire baa left Devon
shire house a famous- old mansion fi
Piccadilly for the headquarters of the
British Red Cross society. The great hall
Is filled ' with tables desks and inquiry
counters and an aristocratic staff is worm
ing on the plans of organization.
The ducal reception roam in toe man
nan is a vast workshop. In which Queen
Mother Amelle of Portugal. Princess Chris
tian and many other titled and society wo
men are engaged dally in orrire work.
Tos dining room of Marlborough house
Ihe town residence of tbe Dowager Queen
Alexandria bas been converted uto i
workroom where prominent society wo
men. under Princess Victoria cut out gar
ments ror somier ana ssnors.
Princess Marie Louise has equipped her
club bouse for factory girls as a hospital
Tbe Empress Eugenie has given 11000 to
the Red cross runa ana eisa i titea
a wing tn her house at Fsrnborough far
the reception or wounoeo outcrr.
Tbe Duke of Sutherland has oTfered Du
broben castle the ramlly's ancient seat in
tbe Scottish highlands lor hospital pur
Mortimer Singer. American ban offered
his newly bulll mansion In Berkshire as
a convalescent home. It will be equipped
ror a patients ana nr. onager win aerray
all the coat or its maintenance.
Lord Dunraven has offered hit - steam
yacht Greta fitted out aa a botpital ship
the earl to be In charge aad Lord Trade
gar has tendered bis steam yaebl Liberty
and his service tor ine sat
fltrmasa tira Leuvala aTUdhtgf
By law i Moota fed Prru
Washington. Aug. 7. orriclal dttpetrhr
lo Iba tiste department from Antwerp to
nurbt told of the firing of several build
Inge tn the Belgian city of Louvaln bg the
invading Germans. A GttUuc leans k. the
nunnr oaii. cuy .isararr sua c
las ware destroyed.
Ihe allies' rront and outriank them on the
right and left.
The Pall Mull GaxetteV trille say hat
the fighting lias 'Been on a fronr twenty
miles along the line between caiybral and
L Gateau and between the rivers .Scheldt
and Sambrc. while the Hermans have been
steadily attempting an outflanking move-
ment fey forced marches. The allies have
the advantage or working on Interior lines
and llave bren railing back lu the interest
Russians Steadily Advancing
The Husslans appear to be steadily ad-
vancing in ea.-t Prussia. They are ap-
proaching the great fortress of koenlgs-
burg and have crossed the rtyef Alle at
several points. While they continue Ibeir
advance -with Poten as their objocttve
they are confronting the Austrian! between
the Dneliier and the Vistula and claim
a number of victories along that line.
The Austrlans assert they hsve defeated
the Russians tn a six days' battle near
Krasnlk Russian. Poland repulsing them
decisively over the entire front or forty-
Deten Bailies Being Fought.
A doxen battles are being fought around
a great wall or German and Austrian bayo-
nets all or which will be considered mile-
stones of victory in less overwhelming
The sinking or the Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosse by a British cruiser and the loss
or tbe German cruller Madgebtirg are small
episodes In Ihe chronicles of day.
The British public Is becoming restless
under the suspense. Tbe newipipers ire
beginning to demand a lessening or ine
censorship whlel women throng the war
office for word as to whether their hus-
bands and sons ire among the 5000 British
iie.i i and wounded of the list week's flght-
Bit thr tociatrd Prtft
farts. Aug. if. (10:K p. m.) The fol-
lowing nrriclal bulletin was issued by tie
war uftlce tonight.
'"In the Voigr district our troops today
resumed the olfciialve and drove bark the
'i mu ins who yesU-Vday hid forced iheni
lu retir on tin- tsl. Die .side.. .
i ne uen on ns yesterday bombardea St.
Die wltlch Is an uurortitied town.
"In the region between the Vosrei and
Natlrv our offensive movement has con-
tinued uninterruptedly for five days. Ttv
i ein. .in losses have been considerable
i.too bodies were round on a front or
three kilometers southeast of Nancy an i
4500 bodies on a front or four kilometers
in the region of Vllremont.
"Lonrwy very old fortress the garrí
son which constated of only one battalion
which had been bombarded since August
a capitulated today after holding out ror
over twenty-four days. More than huir
the garrison wis killed or wounded. Lieu-
tenant colonel Lirche. governor or Longwy
has been nominated an officer ' of the
Legion of Honor for 'heroic conduct in
the defense of Longwy.'
"On the Meuse our troops have repulid
with great vigor several German attacks.
A German Nag was taken.
"The Belgian field army attached to
Namur and a French regiment which aup-
ported It have joined our lines. In the
north the British have attacked Torces
greatly superior In number and went
obliged. aNer brilliant resilience to with-
draw a little In the rear on their right.
"Our armies maintained their positions
(Continued on Page 7.)
WILL PAY A VIMT TO Tt'RKIflH WATERS
TO CARRY lilN.ll TO AMERICAN
IN OTTOMAN EMPIRE.
Will at lar Kama Time Probably Exert
Some Inrliiener ror the Protection
or Christiana.' .
SPORADIC UPRISING IN MEXICO CITY
PUT DOWN BY CONSTITUTIONALISTS
ta.. Ik.. A.;.I.J Press
Mexico City. Aug. 28. The city haa been tranquil for the past twenty-four hours following the
1 between the police and conatitutionalists. which resulted in conridernble une of firearms and
L Lili:.. í nersnni. The entire police force will be disbanded and a new force organized.
The city is now being patrolled by coruttitutionaliat troops. The members of the gendarmerie who
were arrested in connection with the outbreak are still in prison.
In order to relieve the stagnation of business due to a lack or change tne government win issue
$5000000 in paper bills in denominations of ten. twenty and fifty cents.
' A commission headed by-General Cabrera has left for Yau tepee to confer with Emiliano Zapata
the rebel leadsr. relative to peace terms. .....
It is reported that 250.000 non-combatants are starving In the state of Morelos. An appeal for
aid for them was sent today to Washington through the American Red Crosa representatives here.
CENSORED REPORT TELLS OF SERIOUS
MISUNDERSTANDING WITH POPULACE.
By the Associated Press. "
Washington Aug. 27. Rioting started (n Mexico City yesterday when the populace dlacovered
that the new Carranza government had repudiated the treasury and bank notes put Into circulation
during the. Huerta regime. Troops were called out to restore order but resentment against the repu-
diation order was so vigorous and widespread that the cabinet promptly withdrew it and instructed
the banks to honor Huerta currency.
I News of the disturbance delayed by a rigid censorship over the telegraph wires reached Wash-
ington In confidential advices to the elate department lat today. The dispatch said a mob attacked
the treasury building before quiet finally was reste red.
VERA CRUZ LEARNS THAT FEW
PEOPLE WERE KILLED IN SCRIMMAGE. 1
By the Associated Press.
Vera Crux Aug. 27 That the break between the police end the constitutionalists In the capital
had reached the point of open conflict In which a few persons were killed was the information which
reached American army headquarters hese today
It is reported that after the re-opening of tbe saloons the worst elements of the new forces in the
capital became unruly and abusive The police who had beso retained from the eld regime fired
into e crowd of the conatltutlonalieta. The latter however gained the upper hand all the police
were Smaneti aad quiet was restored.
I'll thr .1 miefnf f frtat
Washington Aug. 87 The imited Statci
ha- informed the reiweri of Europe of lta
litleniinn to send me armoreii rrtiUer North
(.anilina to Turkey to carry gulii for the
rellor of AmertcanK aei-ortilng t an an-
nouncement tiy tho tata department lata
Wirtie'itte norm Carotina guca on a mi-
Mi f financial relief tier presence in
TuMtlah aicc i Intended lo have a ulu-
tiry effect with respect to . ihe trrtrrtM
of Christians ami forelgnerH generally res
Irtntil In the oilmniii empire.
Before taking Ihla step the nil tod stale
took precautions lo aound the powers of
Europe aa to whether they would object
to the endlng of an American warihtp to
In view of tho extreme tenalon which
prevail at conHiatillDople and lite probabil-
ity that Turkey toon will bo drawn Into
the Kurnpean conflict the Amerloan gov-
ernment desired to make plain that lta
purpoHc in sending tbe ihlp was tn no way
Fruiré took occaalon In her reply to the.
Aineiicmi government'! Inquiry to expra.it
approval or tbe purpose or the United
State remarking that the sending of the
French wirahlp at thla time might be mil-
Interpreted. The French government. In-
cidentally' accused Germany or trying lo
allr up antl-Cbrtstlin aentiment In Turkey
by provoking the Muiaulmana agilitit the
Cngliith end French.
Diplomat! and orriclali generally are ex-
pecting a declaration or war by Turkey on
the alllea. rtellible advleea are to the ef-
fect unit Juit ai soon at the big rtuaian
army has penetrated a cnnilderable din-
lance Into eaüern Priiaala. Turkey will
atrlke. That both Bulgaria and Rouirianla
win align lheiiieivn with Turkey against
iiiccc muí tne re. i or the hallan itatei
I alao Indicated by authentic Inruriuatlon
reaching here. Rutilan diplomat! admit
that the iltuallrm Is dilly ipprOachlng a
rrim md thil a declaration or wir li im-
minent. Orcai Britain France and Rutila
are rerralnlng nevertheleat. from making
ny move which would fofce Turkey Into
ictlon. Their combined effort! are being
directed towaru inducing me "tiotnan gov
eminent to remain neutral.
Secretary Bryan laid today American
nan been adviea m letive Turkey. Kvery
facility poislble he said would be afford-
ed them to depart. '
The rollowlng statement was Issued to-
night it tbe nivy depirlmertt explaining
the Mirth f'arollna't mlaalon:
"It wat derided thla afternoon by the
relief board composed or Secretarle! Bry-
an. McAdoo. Garrison and Dinlels to tend
a large turn or gold to Turkey in order to
relieve the Americana there. Thti action
wan laken at the urgent request or Am-
bassudnr Morganthau who cabled the stale
department today that tbe need for money
for Americans was urgent and that ar
rangement! should be made immediately to
provide them with fundi.
"Fortunitrlv there Is a considerable
amount or gold on board the cruiser North
Carolina now at Falmouth which Is avail-
able for this purpose and the secretary at
Ihe nivy haa accordingly MUM Instruc
tion! to the North Carolina .to proceed at
on re in Constantinople wnere Aititirat
Secretary nt Wir Breckinridge and the em-
aaaiyi itarr will distribute the fundi."
OtJALISm IN rSANCR
My thr Afoeimttt fret
.Firls. Aug. 17. (10:16 P. m.) Tnl United
Socialist tonight limed a manifesto tn
which ihey declared thejr were In accord
with the socialist members of the new
ciblnet and would shnre in the reiponit-
billtles which Ihey n.-inacd.
"It." aiyt the in miii on "it concernid
only (ir-tllnnry pii'tlrlpHtlon In a bourgeois
government our eonsnnt would not have
been nbtilned. Bui it concerní the ruture
of the nation and tbe life or France and loo
Socialist party baa not hesitated."
I It l.li MARSHAL KIN in It OOI.TZ
i.i i I II Mill i.l M JIM. IN III I i.l I M.
II the A Htocla led t'n mi
London Aug. 7 l:3n p. m. The Mar-
coni wireless telegraph tonight received
the rollowlng orrielai nerman dlipatch:
"Field Morrhal Von lwr Uoltx. who bis
been entrusted with Ihe administration or
ili.it part or Belgium In the poaiesilon or
Ueriiiany has lert for llelglum to enter up-
on his duties aa governor-general.
"The civil administration bu been en
icuitcd to Ihe present government board
at Alx La-c.hapelle Baron Von Kindt on
Whom the tltlii ir wcllcncy has been con-
rerred. "The rptnier ronml-general at Tangier
reporte. Hint the bulk of the Herman resi-
dents in that city have rled to t:adlx. Spain.
"Oernun aeroplanes today pasted over
tin frontier run at Antwerp. Attack up-
on them were without mult."
Bu thr Aittvtatrd JVeaa
London Aug. M. 8:ir . m.) The ittack
on Antwerp by a Zeppelin dirigible bil-
loon has aroused tome anxiety retarding
the poaalblllly of a similar attack on Lon
muí roe uatiy rciegrapn aiseuiees at
length the sdvlsahlllty of providing suit-
able protection ror London agalnat such a
raid. There exists tbe dlallnet poialbllity
layi the piper "that further raids or
-nuiiar nature and a more extensive scale
may be carried out by the uertnani is-
pi'elally it the present meteorological con-
dtlloni ill nvor inch attempt. There U
no reason to mppoie the International
onde regarding an ittack on in unrortiriea
IV would be reiper.ted by lbs Germen.
"Under favorable conditions a dirigible
com Antwerp could reach London hi about
rive hours. However iba chancea or de-
tection even by nigh! ire overwhelming
and i Zeppelin In order lo fulfill its mu-
tton would have to rly at low a S.fOO reef.-
at which altitude It would be well within
the range of ordinary irtillery rire."
DAY'S SUMMARY OF
THE EUROPEAN WAR
. The French tad Srillth armies aa
a bailie line 3.M miles eeroat are aUII
strenuously uugnialno the advance of
the Merman forres arrets Hie French
frontier. The British troops are re-
ported lo he eeeupylag a alrohg aal-
llon and hrleo http ported by Ike
French on both flasks.
hile Ihe (Jrrmansi occupied tbe
rrenrh elites of Mile Valenciennes
and Roiibalx Ihe elllrlal report from
Ihe war on li e described boperully
tram Ike vienrpetat or the allies
operation le the eit appareally the
French troops) la Hie Voiget district
hive returned Ihe attentive sad have
forree) the German to retire on Ihe
HI. Die side
The former British inhas-sdor at
Berlin. Sir William Kdward Gotekes
la an official report published br the
everaateat la (he form of a white
Paper tellt In an tatertatlng way el
Ml Interview with the German min-
ister lor foreign afralra. Herr Von
iagow aad thr Imperial German
chancellor. Dr. Ven Brthmtnii-Holl-wia
it the lime of the British
ultimatum demanding that Germany
should cease vlelallea or Belgian
lulrallty. Areertlng to the official
report- Herr Vea Jagew deplores Ike
step which Creel Britain waa about
to take as h saw Ihe end of hts
poliry aad thai of the Imperial rfcan-
eellnr. which was le nuke friend
with Great Britain and then through
Ureal Britain to gel clever lo Francs.
Tfct German slramrr Kaiser Wilhelm
Dee Crosse haa hern sunk by a British
erolter eff Ike weal coast ef Arrlri.
The iltustloa between Japan and
Austria It described In Tekle. "as I
rupture ef dlplomitle relations eel
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