El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 1, 1914 Page: 1 of 12
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id Prosperity of El Paso and tfikouthwest Is unaffected bk the Nine Nations
The Morning; Tlma
Printed Mid PUtrlbuteil
July Annp ft Dlf Bull
July Awnig for Sundays
EL PASO TEXAS. TUESDAY SEPT. I 1914.
PRICE 5 CENTS
Photographs Just Received From War Stricken Belgium
leitm wounded German cavalrymen in the field near Vu being bandaged by their own medical corpa during a lull in the fighting. Above at right wounded Belgian soldiers
holspital at Brussels. Below the National Palace at Bftisscis which was turned over by King Albert to be used as a military hospital. Note the red cross in every window.
IN HONOLULU IT IS REPORT-
ED THAT BRITISH WAR-
SHIPS ARE HOLDING UP
ALL VESSELS INCLUDING
THOSE UNDER AMERICAN
FLAG AND REMOVING
OA IERA CRUZ
IYOF STATE SEES
)N TQ RESENT
IZA ORDER CLOS-
JRT TO COMMERCE
;h funston points
)SSIBIL1TY OF FOOD
SHORTAGE AS RESULT OF
Wim CHIEFS ACTK)N.
By thr ulri!tcd tmt
m Aug. !. Provisional Presi
llas ordered the port or
closed according to official ari
to the American government
FÍnston transmitted a long- report
orapltcailons which would result bul
intent omruis were not in
Jegard It as an unfriendly action.
he Huerta regime. Vera Crui
rly cloned but foreign vea
ittle attention to ine order
Funsloa lar From Plrased.
I oecree wouni prevent -u-xi
from putting In m Vert Cru
(forced in an unfriendly way
t heavy penalties ri-oni foreign
tcring any other Mexican port
lnucned at vera uruz. uenerai
lied attention to the possibility
that rorákn ship owners desiring not to
iruáV thlTiltspleaaure or ibe Carranza ad-
mlnl i i thai might hesitate to send cargoes
to v m C'rn diminishing tbe rood supply
or tin city..
k. i. it-Burl mrnl ear rrom ncsrnuui.
(Uiirivi a urare was x uiointDiiiuu
t arraiua's attitude aa one or re-
airilnsi the continued occupancy
al'Crtlt by Aini-rlcan troops hut
mi nut 1 1 tit ttioii in railway trar
Vert Cruz aiul Mexico Lily
urred. but as soon as uenerai
noiinced that tie would keep all
linunl orriclals dirt not snare
the Mexican authorities ex
it Ibey wore using the trains to
loops ana immeaiaieiy roau
Cjivov Aualn on tbe Job.
personal represeuuiiive oi
in. Is due in Mexico city
discuss Willi the government
it relallna- to tbe American or
yVrt Crui as well as differ
fien Carranxa and- villa. Al
nnistratlon orriclals have not an
Ir position in any rormai way
allv tinderalood that rerogni-
withheld unm a cuiinnrie
tween tne two chlertalns lias
and arrangements maae tor a
I. V.I AMI.
m -i.(8 i d. m i Oueen
Belgium with bar childreu.
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. aV .nt
NOT YET CHECKED
KAISER'S MII.II1KRS ARK DAILY DRAW'.
INC NEAIII It 11 III! Ill COAL. nuil
I!- THE CITY OK PARIS f
FROM WAR OFFICE
I III ( II FORCES HAVE BEEN COMPELLED
TO FALL It A I K IN THE Osl.l.S
Mi LORRAINE si i I IONS
Austrian utuslon at Russia Has Be
macaca trwiaws a 11
By the Ao it t! lrea
London Au-. 31. Takesj at its race value
the Frencb 1 1 inal announcement Issued
this arternoon which raevtlons that the
progress or tne cernían right wtnr has
forced the all) to yield further ground.
would serin ki mil ' an- that ine i.tii iiians.
notwltlMlondliir repulavs are makisiB dauy
advances tuwani Paris.
TH6 slalemeii' unuay 01 miu murtwm
Sir John - 1 Kit 11. iimoaander of Britlab
troops bovevei i-p 'tie of rightitig nn the
French left bu: tins according to une re-
port resulted in Un' cernían right being
slightly turned. : . r. .
Pin Austrian mva-ion or Russia in the
Lubin district which aroused the appre-
henslon or tbe allies baa. ir Russian dto-
patehes are to he relied upon been
blocked and Ibe Muscovita claim in have
turned the Russia. 1 il. rensne to offensive
action. There Is u '-onrirination of the
report that the ti'isslarM are in Koenlrs-
burg. ir silence means there Is nothing
rinlnir Kir John Firm I.' Statement Sunday
that the British hail not been molcsttd
since Wednesday im ''jld Sod.
Nothing la knuwn liv me iiubllc In I on
don of new flghtine eliber in northern
or eastern l-'ranrj
From Canada. Indis Mislralta and south
Africa the British army front will won re
reive Urge ralnforo menta. Some or the
troops are reported a rady to hava landed
The Rrluah tnvernmi nt has started rat
gotlatluns through tlf mrlcan consul at
Benin lor an ev.nan llln "jermauy
Austria or noti-coiiibatani prisoners.
ANNUAL FASHION NUMBER
WILL BE OUT SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13.
4t Time of rourn secured them
i is readers.
la the Direction of the Meuse tbe Cernían
1 orrrs I niter Ulrrc.tloa ul the Crown
Prince Have Been checked.
Morning Times annual Fashion num-
Jr ailfhe !7mM1 Sunday September IS.
4 ' .are reervauon should be made at
ferlélly ror this occasion the Timei i has
L rTtn exbaustive feature aérete rrom
!f afct KSemion. pobllaher of the
LTV nXr nomlsl of New York and
VP zr nandsonie drawings of the OUs
r'lW These two InsUtutlon
Loathe best fashion Illustrations and
KritiJoj bs had In the United Mates
Tim .Annual rakl.n Mi'.l- r will be in
keepUkf with tlmúsual sup- nor Tunes way
"t uuiaiK uiiiigs ana mi -'""' " tm
Southwest may secure Ibelr tirst authentic
Information "as tp Fall ai Wlntsr styles
Advertiser may secure n ara bow. 11
tbe solicitor has nut- called lso 'phone
UtO and ask die ejtrhange oi erttor fur the
By the AmoclaUtl Press
Paris Aug. Jl. The following official
statement was issued by the war office this
The situation in general is as rol-
"First In the Vosa-ea and in Lorraine it
must be reiucinberel our forces. Which
had luken the offensive at the beKinniiu
or the operauons and driven Ibo cnenry
outatd of our rruntlers afterward under-
went serious checks ilerore Saareburg and
In the region or Murhagne. where they en-
countered very solid defensive works our
rucres were obliged to rail back and to re-
form one part on tttouronne du Nancy
and the other on the French Vosges.. Thu
Cerníaos then assumed Ule offensive but
our troops after having thrown them back
upon their positions resumed ine orren-
sive two days ago. Tills attack continues
to make progress although slowly.' It la
a veritable war ol sieges as earn position
occupied is immediately fortiried. This
explains the slowness of our advance
which is. nevertheless characterized each
day by fresh local successes.
"Second Tbe reglen of Nancy and
southern Wane mi'e thu beginning or the
campaign in this section between. Metí on
the ce i man side and Toulon and Verdón on
the French side has not been tbe theater
of liiiisirtam iiiiui annus.
"Third in tho direction or me Meuse
bel ween Verdun and Mesisres it will be
remembered ine t renin rore.es took thu
urrenslve In Ibe beginning toward Longwy
Neurcluieaii and Paliseut. The troops op
arallug in Hie region of rtpliwouri and
Longtiyon have been able to check thr
enemy's . army under the rouinuuul or the
Cernían crown prince. In I ho regions o
Neon-ban au and I'aiiseul. op the other
hand certain of our troops have received
partial checks winch obliged them u re-
tire upon the Meuse without having their
organisation broken up. Thin retiring
movement has coimieliert tbe forcea oner-
atlng In the neighborhood of Spincourt to
withdraw towara tne asease uurmg the
last few days the enemy has endeavored
to spread out rrom the Mouse with consid-
erable forres bul by a vigorous counter
oirenslve they were repelled with greal
losses in the meantime rrtab forces of
Cermans advanced to Hocroy. Jfow a gen
eral action Is taking place between (he
Mease and Methel and it la rOil Impos-
sible to see deriultely tbe Issue of Ibis-
' "Fourth Operations In tbe north: The
French and British forcea originally took
up positions in the blnanl ana Chjrlrroi
country and at Mans. They endured tev-
erai repulses and Use fording of the Meuse
compelled our troonsto retire. The Oer
mans seem to he moving to the west. It
wss under these conditions that our Eng
lish allies attacked by the enemy
greatly superior numbers in tho region or
Le Catean and Cainbral have withdrawn
toward the south at the moment (hat our
forres were operating In the district ol
Avesnes anil Chltnay. The retiring move
ment was prolonged during several days
ill tin- iiiraniiine general name iooh pisi-e
In the ..i-ion of Si. iuennn and Vervlna.
and at the saine time In the llaiii-l'eronnes
li-.li n I. I bis battle was inarki'd hy an lin-
IHiiiaut success on our right where we
have tbrown back the Prussian guard and
Tenth army corpa Into tbe Olse. owing to
ine progress or tne uerrnsu rigui wing
when- our adversaries have united their
best corps we have had lo make a new
GET 30000 RUSSIANS
Cernían Army Is Gathering lip a Few of
tbe LVsr-s frluhtlug Forces In
CHEERING THRONG OF FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE
GREET THE MEXICAN cUMlVLANUiuta ai
ARIZONA BORDER TOWN.
PEACE RESTORED IN TURBULENT SONORA
GENERALS WILL NOW TRY THEIR HANDS AT A
SETTLEMENT Oh Db t LKttNUto lais i iino
IN THE DU RANGO DISTRICT.
lis the AiHuctatU Presa
New York Aug. 31. Count lohaim von
Bernslottr Hie Herman ambassador lo tho
I'nlted States rerelvcd from Berlin two
more me usages which he made public uj-
nlghi. one of them told of tbe capture of
about 3ouou Ituaslan soldiers and many high
officers as previously announced by ine
cernían embassy at Washington. The other
"Aolterdam newspaper correspondent waa
eye-wliness of perfidious attack or pupu-
lalloti al I .tin vain on Herman trunps. nf-
fhcers or general staff found wlrh ihroat
i in. In l.'.iiKwy machines ror the fabrica-
tion or dum-dum cartridges were
Hare the text of the message became so
garbled as In become unintelligible. The
words "evacuated" and --French garrison"
and "501)0(1" appeared-
Imii n.-.-iim the conflict thu ambassador
said It was the -war of Ibe Cernían nailon.
"Ueriosiiy did not begin the war." be
nun sue ma noi want war. line always
has le-Mi willing to have pence."
Frame and Ureal Britain are defdeaied on
land the ambassador .declared and hgve
only reel nils or volunteers to- send aa-alkut
urn Hermans. .-
"We cannot be beaten.'' he said. "That
is why we bave taken about to.OvO ifteti
from the western burder lo the eastern
border ni pieciviuic agaitii-t the itussiajii.
Count von m-mstorrr said Cut (icrmany
naa inore ihnii ennugii trainecl and thor
oughly eipnpi ft men still on Ibe western
DVUnuaries u mpe wini ine niuuineii ai-
lar -ti Un tifies .ven wiih their re-
pleulshmrnt of reaeives. He said that the
winning of the war on land was ih all
Impertan thing staff Ibe ilUeat of the
(lerutan navy by aZfrakMtr navy was not
unexpected tne cernían navy neins to-
tended simply as a roast defense ralbar
man au invading power.
Meatfcweeterti WeaUer Foreras!
Uy tkt AMoelfl fed Pn
West Texas- Fair Tuesday and Wednes
day except showers Tuesday m Panhandle.
By JAMKS F. HKDDI NO
(7ime Utalf Oorrvpuiuient).
Oouglas. ArU. Aug.. St-A cheering
Ihrong. estimated at fully 5000 penple
xjrjerTcant and Mexicans alike greeted
lienerul Francisco Villa and liem-rsl Alvsru
Obregon when tbe special train hearing
tho Mexican commander . pulled Into the
El Paso it Southwestern station here late
this afternoon. A committee or citizen or
Douglas and Agu Prieta headed by Muyor
Charles FUlls or Douglas met Ibe visitors
at the train and escorted then i to the home
or Francisco Kllas where ibey were guests
Tonight ceneraU Villa and obregon. to-
gether with ther staffs were guests of
honor at dinner at the Douglas Country
rlub. When called upon fur a speech uen-
erai Villa pleaded to bo excused and re-
quested that Dr. L. Haachbaum his
physician should speak for him. In ex-
pressing he said (Jeahrel Villa's . aenti-
i in in-. Dr. Hasclibaum said In part;
Would Fight fur I mien mates.
"My good friend oeneral obregon has
aided me materially In the signal vinory
ror peace so recently aclueved in Sonora.
We aro united for peace and order in Mex
ico upa has niaae ine unneu ntair
Mexico neighbors anil the irienoiy seis
I're.hieni Wilson and thO American pen
pie have bound lha two nalhms logelhrr in
bonds of friendship which I Impe and trust
will never be severed lais m tin- aru .n
people flghlhig tbe tinted Stales is folly.
Mexico in case or need will ilghl for in-
stead of against the Untied .-nales."
The special train b'-aritig ine parry leu
liere lab) loutglit for ti Pato froui wlüeh
potot (lenerals Villa and Ohrogon will pro-
teed dlreclly to Durango where they will
endeavor to brliUK an end to the disturbed
..minimi in mat stale due lo the revolt
or lh Arríela brothers against the author -
ly hi Ibe conslttuuonaii aroveruuieuw
Plsaseil With Ifesult In lienars.
Both ueuertl Villa and Ut-neral Obregmi
afe highly phaaed Willi tin; result of their
erudis In coding tin- reign of anarchy ut
Sonoro and botT) are confident of ncrma-
i ....j-.. in i.i.i .it i slate which inure
than any oiIit stclloii or Mexico has been
torn by dist-iiion iki iippi iua
Out -mi -s ii i ii it 1 1 authoriUes.
Ooeernor . Maytorena Is elated over the
opportunity or returning to llermoalllo and
l i gnum tils iliities as amt rnor with the
assurance that his sullKiriiy right fully
used. Will be hacked if nn essary. by tne
iMiwerrul aiuilei or tlie dirlsiona or ttie
norlñ snd or Uie noriliwi'-l
General benjamin Hill wpo anrceedi to
the command or the troop rnrnterly under
t'ohmel F.llss Railes accoinnauieil the
neaee oarlv rrom ISotaunr lo Hani from
which Milnl he left for Cansnea ti Join hi
Colonel Ella Calif deposed from bis
command as the result or tne tci.tion oi
the peae rommlioners it ai-cviiiiii.injmg
l tve gfBjWrwv u i" wnn hh mi " "
rango and later lo .Mexico city. II I be
llevad tbe colonel will be assigned to an
other command In the division of the
General Kuvenlo Arulrre Benavlde. who
a is been lnXos Angeles convalescing rroni
s recent tltack of lypllold Joined lb
party today. He will resume his command
with Meiieral villa's forcnt.
Thai thu most perfect nsrmony exisis De-
tween Villa and Obregon is Indicated by
their actions since the trip began. The
two commander are constantly together
and neither ever loses an opportunity to
laud the oiher when any apoeahmaklnR- is
to be done.
As on uie westward trip the siieclal
train has been erected by crowds at every
xton on Us homeward journey and tho
generals were everywhere greeted with
cheers and demands ror speecne.
NO I I llllll.lt I n. Ill IM.
IXF-Fl TLB AT lit MANCO.
coiisiiiutlonallsi oificlal on the bordar
declared yeiterday that conrllct between
the rebellious Arrlet brothers' follower
lo liuisnau and the troops of Oeneral Mac-
lovio Herrera wis unlikely in view of the
imnuiificeniont that oenerals Villa and
ihregon would visit the Dunngo capital
ninl confer with the belligerent. Ttie at-
lirtae Mariano and Domingo have deposed
in. civil authorities in Durango stats tnd
ceoeral villa's cavalry leader Herrera haa
i.e. n ordered to "discipline" ibetn u they
lii'tninc loo ii 'ii tun-si ni o-.
According to reports yesterday rrom
Villa's representatives In Juaro Oeneral
Villa has ordered Hernia to halt hi a move
in. in again! purango until a peace cooler
neo can no nein.
Villa and Obregon will go it once tp the
Arricia stronghold rrom Juureg l wi said
yrslcrdsy Preparations are being made in
eiiierialn them In Juarez If ibey remain
any irngih of time in the border town.
Private messages received here yesterday
aid that Oeneral Herrera' column had
reached a point about ninety -five miles east
or :nu jiiko where tl will remain mini
I l.i i. icii s Hie scene or trouble. General
Tonus Ijebhia' brlgaile which waa or-
dered from Maplinl to reinforce Horrara
ñas no i been heard from in two day.
PAI '8 BH1LLIANT VICTORY
lit I II SO.OOtl UKHM KH.
By lf" moi-iofl-d Pre
Loudon t Aug. si (in or. p. mi An Ant-
werp dlspiush lo the neuter Telegram com.
"It is reported bore that Uenerai Pail
his won a brilliant victory over MOo Oer-
mans linar Perennes iu tlm department Of
lífcXLV ni M NHH LAW TO Ft I
CnlMP IN MHUVMtN OF HOCIB
( OSStf Hi HON A1.IMT HirtttY
y special Wire lo Til Time.
Austin. Tekiw Aug. HI. Mayor C. K.
Kelly and city Atnoooy Joseph Healun
of Fl laso Uiday-appeared: before (lov-
emor colqqlli with th reojuvest that
Uie gpveru'ir iin uSliie the extraor-
dinary sessUip -atr'arneiMftiieni to the
ieuf redo under "wiueh peraona guilty
ol circulating ruuulerfalt money otir-
Dorllnji Ui tie redeemable ut Torelra
r iinilry may be punislied. KxliOit
lawt on ti- subject In tho opinion of
i h. i i las i.iriculs. are luadeotut
to rope with o o- growiug evil (the
lirctilaiion r bogus Mexican rur-
i cncy in ibe border towns of tne alatn.
By the Aimoriatrd Fmi
A loan n ii leini statrmenl I issuni
by Ike French war offlre miewlnii
thr oerallns In BrlMluin snd ulonii
the French (rentier. A new retlrrm'iit
h thr allied torres Is rriortrd. while
el the Mine lime Ho- statement Is opti-
mistic tilth rrfereiier tq Itin oiipual-
llon whleh the Krrrteh and Siillsh ire
oUrrlna to the Cernían mlmiirc.
No ttrllnile iletali are torlbcnmlng
reOarillnil the general fiattlf uhleh ip-
narenlly la In progress all alonu the
The Irroeli war minister han In-
sperted Ike siinplrnirntary dtfeaaea
around Parlw which rapidly ire being
pushed forward In . intlelBitloB ol a
possible Investment of the Trench eipl-
In knlwnrp s dtoMlrh Waa received
eredilliiii lirneral Pau with a victory
over Se.OUO (ierawn near Permute.
Whether this la a aaw victory or one
to which referent? wj mide several
days ago Is not known.
lineen Elizabeth or lie liihmi. and her
children have arrived In Kngland.
Accerdlue. to offlrlal advice received
In Washington. France Ik mmaldnrlnu
the advisability of movliig Ihe aeal of
aovernmriil lo llordrius.
Ureal Britain loliied will France In
olieelliii In the purrkave by the I illicit
stalra uf (trinan liners In eonnet-linu
II Is i rum i t il bv sleamalilB nfflratrv
arriilng In Honolulu Hint Hrfllsh war-
ships al Hong Moan nr.- holilluu up all
vessels i in i ml i ii n these under the
tinrriemi llau an rrmwlua C.amians
LMklai fWi. ' .ftf - W ifjl
'the moratorium lilnijtfjn1U
Olithnesk ef war by (Jreat Brllaha ha
iieen ratvaavq-anoiner inooux.
-A Japines dcsUfiyer w hirh ran ashore
ear T-lno-1 sip. Olilna as shelled
ky a Cernun gualioai. The crew ol the
ih-slr.iser. hnwrver prrtfou.sly bad
i ni i mi si if s cÍuÍ.'shv
II I. Ill II VIN IN I'AHI.-s . . :
Hii the AnoolatH Praia
Paria Sept. t 1:38 i. in.) -in reply to a
nuesiion wiit-tiier iin- united titatea em-
bassy would leave Paris in event or the
Investment or It city hy the. cernían.-
Myron T. tin i n k. tbe American ambassa-
"The American' embassy will remain
here. My government orrered me the
choice or returning lo tbe United Stales or
remaining bore. I rhose to remain because
'many Ariterbeent will be held who will
need not only my support but my pro-
tection" When rein Hided or the difficulty that at-
tached to and tbe dentera Involved in dls-
tltiKUlshlng Americans rrom EuRliauiiieu
Mr. Berrien said:
'Tertians there will be danger bilk after
an wo litre nut one nn- 10 give ami n
much better Is the life given In the fultii
I IW'I "1 OHO O UUIJ. V
Tim Arnerlean crutiei' TemiBfcee on Mr.
Uhrrlrk'H rootieitt exiected to arrive at
Havre there to be used as a ferry between
Havre and Falmouth to take Americans oul
of tin danger zone.
rland. Aug. 31 (via Fans).
icre from Berlin tnd Frank
tiiv wet: ov ni ssi vn-s
IS C. I SIN C i Fit 111 I It
Hv fh .1 Mootof ed l'i
News i reel in! lu-r
fiirt where refugees continúalo arrive rrom ;
Fast Pruisla I lo the errer.i unit the terror
..I the riTugees Is siireadlnK lo tbe towns
alona- the mimad line lud that a great"
exodui rrotu Ihein U expccteil shortly
itefugees arriving here rrom fiautnr easi
rn I'rtiaiia. say mr sovanre guara oi ine
itusslin cosaaxits han been seen lu thai
The demrucllon or l.ouvairi Belgium has
realed niueli Uidhrnatlini aitinnr the Amen--
can in Kwitxerlahd many or whom know
Hie city ell. It Ja reported here tint them
were several Americans a. well as l.ngilaU
sud Hwiits victims in Luuvaln.
ARB REPOHTtb HEAVY.
1 the Afuclatnl i'rrs
l'arl. Aug. Si. An officer
wounded In the engaiementi m
declarea that without margerat Inn this
rrmin casuallie. as compared witn Uin
lile bear a ratio or iw to 1. This was
itu to ttie charge or massed infmliv
in an endeavor lo break through the line.
The three-inch guns did iecutlon here-
totare uatnxagtlable to the ranks ttiat atie-
ceaddd tine inntner uniti uie rieta waa cov
ered with dead and wo
a WUUH III. I I l'i IW
IVIIIIIN GERMAN WPIII
Uy the aiciie Freía tn-dav
Peking. Bept. L-(l a tty
eeoraung to reporia re
CUpleti two illllec Islai
snlteri. at Klau-Chow
and Tekunx-Tao. Thr 30
been occupied by the
the rTeet that the Jap" rn 30c
Ta-Ckjetc a small tiuw
Chow bay. ' : .7f
80LDIEHH FROM LORRAyesk
BKVE.N HUNOMCO WOl 1ald
By the Aiaoclated Pre
Parit. Aug.. Jl ttesen
okMara . arrrvad si viehvMv
iourn of uittiu any the iigjj
A dtsoateh to the Havis .J
depaj-itnent Vara and that .
detnenalratlon occurred nium is.
British tnhua i
' siiiniunlcsiicax w
view u -
nciaii are n uiBjgaa
tUM) átale iMtMrtBMWi
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