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MEMBER ASSOCIATED TRESS
Vol. . No. .
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914
TUB KVKMNO IflCflAtJ)
OI 4. NO. I in.
A MHW C A 1717 V AM 17
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Official Announcement Confirms Successful Landing;
Censorship Becomes More Rigid on Eve of Battle
BLOOD POURS FROM THE
SCUPPERS OF BATTERED
VICTORY SI S
Shanatial. Ann. IH. Two .f
nun iTlusrra havr lH-.ni dl-aldcd
ml brought lulo llotig K'H.
Hw dock work, lurrcla and
liarlM-flcw mt datitoLnlird .nil
lunMn ami liiitnoU alurt away.
'I It sillcM Mm StalllCd Willi
IiIimmI I. U Ii liml rim through III
Owing In lit rigid t-rnatrt-dil".
rMHlllUlMMl Ilu- lintl-li an
tlx oil m mi Hong Kong II la lin
ms4Iih ! I ulilaln III naurra
f tlie ttmrntmm rrmani. Many
muni aw-rcltatH r rl arr ly
ing In tie" liarliur al Hong Himm.
Twi wars. tn. badly damaged
ami tarrying many womnkxl fr
tiMMinl l liave .'iil.Tcd lloig
Kong liartV'r August it. Tlsrlr
Ittsnilty wan not uiaik politic Itnl
at Hit IIhh W wa hrtlerl Hey
niTr rlllMT tlw Itrttlsli t-ruliwrM
Minotaur ami lln-4ilr', or tli
I rriM li i rulMTa Duplet ami
Wi. Kertla. Ant. IH Tlw
ulrtaii Itave hen comlprtely
k-feaKil iirwr SatuH', twrnty
m yen lull wem if ItKieriMkN ami
aiordliur l gtnernmcnt wupiv,
hair lll toward ,rMill4a. inr
Mted lijr fern lain. whi ul i
tlirr rrliu-ul and iiiliml
Ijtndnii, A u. IN. 10 a. lu.
Tlan sa-rtlan legation lin re
iiitnl 1 1 mi following telegram
front lisp tM-rylaii premier:
"Hie Austrian were ct
pHlcly routed In I lie tan mi Mai mm
ni'ar Kalwii- and I.VtMio annihilat
ed. I mirfc-a gun wee i ai
tnrod. Austrian arr flcrltia; In
great (U"rdr ! rr-iT Um
iir Kavf ami Iniiia. iH'tljr pur.
arl ly uar Immhi.'
Iart, Auf. IH, S:01 p. m.i
An nlHiial anmmniviiHiil aayii:
"All day Momlair wp ninlliiwd
In firoKnwi In i'-r .lMit. The
mmny'a nirral Imni IM kIiIo
waa In dlrlrr. 1 Imjt aliaiMloif
rd rtrrywhHw llH-lr woumlril
ami llMir Murra.''
Tliia l'lrain wa mvlvfsl'at
llm war irflhp from (iinTal
M-ih Jiltrr, ITfiMli iniiiiiul-r
Tlic nrfk'lal ronununlcllon
'IIm lrria-h irimpii hair o
('iiiltl all IIm ntloii Ih tt
if fitilranaP. 33 milm Inxlik Hip
Irtvntan fHiiiiIrr In l.lrraliin. Our
lroMi iMiuml HiriHiKli Irimi llw
talU-r of llirt rlvrr KilU of
wliMi a itumtMn' of mi liar
n pta'uaud by !' (irrniAna.
Our caialry la al tTuncaa hal
I.UKXT finiTIMI AIIMV
IMIKII l I'llfM II KIIOHK
lAmdon, Aua". IT, !& p. m. Thr
official war Information hurrau an
houncra lhat Ihr Hrlllnh rxiM-iMlnr-
arv forcr. have liindcu aufrly on thr
Krrm h ahorr. i
Thr moat Important rr vela Hon of
the day haa hrrn lhat of ihr landing'
of a Krlllah rxtird'ilonary army t.r
thr horra of Kranca. Kvery In
Kogland hua known for two wrk I
Ihut a larga army waa croaalng Ihr
chnnnrl. Thr Iron a had hern aa
aeinlilrd at different baara. on of thr
largrai ronlm tenia rmliarklng at
Muny other rrglmrnla aatlrd from
Liverpool whll anil oihera ahlpprd
HI Knalbournr, Hoiithampton and
other porta along th roaat nf the
Ihr great ranvaa rampa al thr.
imlllary riatlona In Knglund wrM'
atruck only when II waa known urf-
Inlirly thai Ihr flotilla of irnnmixrl
ronvryliiii the iroiijm nninhcO Ihr
infr wn niovrmriil iimtrr Ihr riK rl
of mruiiK wiuiidromi i.f nrhi.
Thf lianniiiit.ilinn i.f Ihr tuiliJIfr
la.lnl vrrul iliiy. anil ilunnu thr
llmr net a nirnllor of thr rkprilitloti
w.i Hrr..,,., -.. , ,nr nrwiKirr
hrrr. Kvm now thr airrnmh trf Ihr
mtirtlltltin. thr naima ;l thr rricl-1
no r..ni...n thr tomlniirhia ml'
ihr puru whrrr thry Innilnl ar nn
alhiwrd la lw matlr .iilill".
It l known, huwrvrr. ihut a lit It
ronrtliin of thr hrnt lriup nf ihr
rrciilnr army arr now on ronilnrnlHl
Mill. Thr rrfriilton of Inr Hrillnh
aoldlrra rvrrynhrir In Kruni-r who
I riithiiKlumlr. Thr oflU'rra ami mrii
i.f iht. Iw.i .irnilt'i fratrrnlMr wurinly
II la mintri out In aut horiiuiivr
t irt'lr hrrr that Inn wlihilruwnl ol
Ihr Hrlttlun n rriiinrht Iroin llrim-
rl lo Aniwrrii imiy mrun Ihut thr
flKhtlnit in lii liilum la rnwliiK i lwr
to thr fHiinl. (,r It may I.f mi r ly
a rr'aiitionury im imurr.
Now lhat thr thrrr alllnl armlm
rr worklnK toai-ihiT on a inhirnil
ruinulin ahrinr llir iiulliy of ar-
rrcy hun hrrn rutrinli-il In Hi IkIu'o
anl a a fmininln of iiivlurruiur
iirwa Ihut routiliy hua mitl li'iily dried
Thr nlllr. hnvr ilri iUr( for thr
lrt-fnt to hur all war roririnui'iiiii
(loin uc'oinian lug Ihr armlra Inn It
la Ihouifht thr hun mny br riiliiril
lalrr whm thr military oirriilnin
arr writ umlrr way.
The olfli lul nrwa burruu nay. not
a ainitlr raauiitly m i urrrj durum thr
rmharkntion. ranaiirtatioii unil ilr
biirkailon of mrn ami ftorra of Ihr
Hrilmh rMllllonary fori, nlid rv-
rrylhlnit waa t-arrlrd Ihrough Willi
Ihr nrralmt rr Ivlon.
Frrdrrirk K. Sinith. Ihr I'nlonlat
nicinurr uf I'iirlluini iit, who la u' iiiik
illrrctiir of the oltlilul irraa liiirruu
of tha Krlllah of llir and uilmirulty.
iaaurd thr following: ItHtrmrnt lu thr
Emilioh ht-oi)iT tolilnht:
"Klrld Murkhal Korl KiKhrnrr
wlahra nir to add tht he and thr
'oiiniry arr unilt-r thr itrratrat ubll
nation to thr Krlllah prrra for thr
loyuity with which u II r.riTrnna to
Ihr inovrinrnU or the llritlah rxirdl
llonury forcra ami thrlr lundini on
Ihr ronllnrnt hu hrrn aupirvaNrd.
"Karl KHh'nrr l wrll awurr thai
muc h aumrty niurt hits hrrn ruuard
lo Ihr Knulirh irrwi hy thr knowl
rilur that thru louttrra wrrr hrlnit
frii ly iIIm I'huril In thr rontlnrnlHl
irrs, an dhr wlxhra lo aaaorr thr
irraa of Ihia country Ihut iioihiim
hill hla rnnvlillon of ihr in lilary Im
porluurr to Ihla ounir) aurraa
liiK thrar niovrinrnta would havr Ird
him to laaiir InHrui lion w hich
pliiird ihr prraa of thla counlry un
der a trinpnijiy diaadvanlaiir."
Mr. Hmllh'j rlalrinrnt toullnura:
"Field Mirnha 8ir John Krrnch
nrrlvrd In I'urm ahorlly aflrr mid
niltht on ralurduy to oinvry thr aul-
iiiui! ina r th HntlHti nulii n to
Kram r. Thr coiiiinandri in chief ol
Ihr llrltlxh itprdltlonury army waa
welcomed hy arvrral dlatlliKiiiahrd
offlcrr of thr Krrnch general ataff,
Ihr ItrliUh amhuaijidor In I'arl and
a number of Kren.h rahlmt mlnia-
"Aa Plr John French, drraard In
h'.a khaki uniform, atrpprd from thr
train, a mar of cheering for Kng
land and France rure ftom th great
rrnwd which had aanrmblrd. and thr
people ihrn wng ih nutlonal an-
I henii of th two count rira.
"Hir John Krmrh drove to Ih
llritlah rmhaaay and hla motor car all
the way through Ih at reel a waa the
renter of a human whirlpool. Kvrn
th poller wrr rgrlird and Ihry
wrr wholly unable tu rem rain h
populace which auigail around lha
ViinhinKn. Au. IX. Alior.
nrv UriirrHl Mi'lli vn"lil will lr
liiln ilia It'll hy Ihr prt-nltlrni In
a tlw varanry on thr aiiprrmr
a ,.,, ,., h wlth lhr ,rw
duyp, ,,),, lfl .innltr lnf..r-
mi)0 i,t,uinr.l In ..m.-,ul t lr. I.
Mr. Mcltrynoldw' noiiil-inilon
la tarirl to br confirmed our-
lug I ha irrk in arxaion of con-
crraa. In ordi-r that hr may no
on Ihr auprrmr couil "in h nl
i: nrxt term.
TBii prmtdciit hua m arlr.-t -d
a man lo IIM Mr. Mcltt-ynoldn'
car ahouiing lamorounlv: 'Hurrah
for Ortierul French: Hurrah for
Knglund! llurruli for France:'
"H'uinen held ihlldrrli ebove Ihr
rrowd to aeu the luinoiia Kuglixli
general, whoa motor cur wua kooii
filled with ainall flagii.
"Thr coincidence ,,f the Hrllli-li
rotiimuiider in i hlef a name being
French la regarded ax u happy au
gury for thr alliea.
'After eleeplng ul Ihr rmliawy Hir
John French paid a viait lo the pal
uca of thr Flyaer, where he had a
long conference with I'teaiiient I'oln-
Every nuin of the llrittxh rxrdl
tloiiary force whnh ha lundeii in
Frame car run In hla knapauck u
little piimplilet algued hy Karl
Kitchener, conluinin zu wordg ol
aound aoldlrrly advbe. The field
marahal tella I hem In fear "d end
hoiior(th king and their country, lo
minembrr that they will br (milling
on thr "il of a frb'ndly nation, to
twtaln from Idiui r nnd looting and
to b courteotia to women and no
nior than courteoua.
Thr official nrwa bureau announ-
era that livnrrul Horace 8mlth-lor-
rlrn haa been appointed to command
one of thr army corp. of thr expe
ditionary lore in aucceaaion to Lieu
tenant Cenrral Hir J antra (irirraon,
who dlrd yealerday.
A airing ntfaaagr from King
Ororg lu thr t xpedltlonary forcr
aa rrad o"t lo rach regiment :m ft
left Ha port of departure under aeal-
rd order. It wua na followa.
"You are Ir.ivinct home to fight for
th aufrly and honor of my rmptre.
"Hrlgiuin, whoa rountry wn ar
plrdgrd to defend, haa len attai ke.l
and Franc la about lo h Invaded by
thr game powerful fur.
"I havr implicit confidence In Vol),
my goldlrr. Duly la your watch
word and I know your duly will be
nobly dune. I ahull follow your
very movement with Ihr decprxt ln
lereat and Khali murk with eager aal
lufactlon your dally piogrra. In
deed your welfare will nrvrr b b
arnt from my thought.
"I pray to Ood blea and guard
and In bring you hack victorioiia."
lil'HM.W C.WAI.HY I'ATIIOIH
SOUTH or ANTWI HI
London. Aug. It, 111:111 p. m. tier,
man cavalry patrol have hrrn ig-
nallel to thr northward of Antwerp,
according to thr Antwerp corrrpon
drnt of ftenlrra.
Thr military govrrnor, th corrr
pundent continue, ha ordered thr
entlr civil guard to Antwrrp tn be
mobillied on a war footing and l
tak thrlr position in th fort
Th nfilclul announcement giving
thla poeltlon of Orrmnn ravalrymrn
ure Ihr rlilxma of Antwerp thai
thry hatr no need to be frlghlrnrd
Hiinllar band of Herman I'hlana and
Summary of Today's War News
German troops appear today to be continuing their ac
tivities in Belgium. German cavalry patrols hnve been
seen north of Antwerp and the entire civil guard of An
twerp has been called out to defend the city.
There is good reason to believe that a serious engage
ment, in which the German advance is opposed by troops
of Belgium and France, has been going on since Sunday,
south of Brussels. No definite news of the progress of
this encounter, however, has been received.
An official statement made in Brussels is to the effect
that German incursion toward Brussels has been stopped.
The Belgian position is described as excellent.
Other reports from Brussels say that trenches are be
ing thrown up in the environs of the city.
An official communication from the Russian general
staff at St. Petersburg says the Russian mobilization u
now completed and that eleven members of the Russian
imperial family are at the front.
Other reports from St. Petersburg by way of London
set forth that the Russian armies began their general ad
vance last Sunday.
It is rumored persistently at The Hague that the Ger
man crown prince, Federick William has been seriously
wounded at the front and that the Emperor has hasten-d
to the side of his son. who is said to be at Aix la Chappelle.
Despatches from London, delayed by the British cen
sors, announce officially the landing of the British ex
penditionary force on the French coast. Field Marshal
Sir John French, the British commander in chief, was
given a rousing reception in Paris. The British army in '
France is believed to number between 100,000 and 120,
The Servian premier is authority for the statement
that Austrian forces have suffered a serious defeat on the
Servian line. He telegraphed London that 15.0000 Aus
trians have been "annihilated" near Sabac, whence they
fled in disorder.
Two German cruisers, evidently seriously disabled in
an encounter with the enemy, have been brought into
Hong Kong. The censorship at the British port stopped
the sending of the vessels names or any details of the en
gagement which preceed their capture.
The German cruiser Leipzig which came into San Fran
cisco yesterday for coal, left early today with a supply
that will carry her to the nearest German port, in Samoa.
The Japanese cruiser Idzumo is believed to be coming
up the Pacific coast to observe the movements of the
The announcement from London and Paris that no war
correspondents will be allowed in the field, coupled with
Great Britain's request to Belgium to expel the corres
pondents now in the zone of operations, make it probable
that the story of the first great battle will be told only
through official reports. It is known that the German
general staff regulations absolutely prohibit correspond
ents with the army. Only official artists and historians
may go with German troops and they will not be permitted
to write or make public their sketches until the conclusion
of a campaign, or the discretion of the authorities.
A Rome dispatch reports the loss of an Austrian torpedo
boat off Pola; only one member of the crew being saved.
By special arrangement with the post office department
there will be an Atlantic mail service each Wednesday
and Saturday from New York and Liverpool by steamers
flying the American flag.
No authentic news has come to hand today concerning
the reported French advance into Alsace-Lorraine in the
direction of Strassburg.
Holland is reported as continuing her elaborate pre
cautions along her frontier to enforce her neutrality
should occasion arise.
Since his departure from Berlin to the front, Emperor
William issued a decree in which he said:
I am firmly confident that with the help of God, the
bravery of the German army and navy and the unquench
able unanimity of the German people during these hours
of danger, victory will crown our cause."
Huaanra havr irmnwd oilier pnrla
of th country without doing much
ni KSlW IMI'I IIIXI. FAMILY
OOI.M TO T1IK UtOXT
London. Aug 1. 1:S6 p. m. The
Ituaaian "aaev hi re la In receipt of
a conummli-ui n.n from thr general
tafT at HI. releiHlmrg aayltiif that
thr Hiiralan no.l.ll" Hlon la complet
ed and that eleven member of Ihr
Kuetan imrprlal fmully already arr
at th front.
Continuing the communlc ntlon
aava thai the i.nlv nolnt where tier-
'man foicca liuv tioeard Ihe frontlet
la between Vb it k and A ml re lew
In Hiiealan 1"' l.mil. weal or YVarnaw.
Thr Kuaxlan nnaiuard ha. occu
pied five point in the enemy' ter
ritory and aevrrnl hundred piiaonrr
have been taken.
Waahingfnn, Aug. I. A cable
gram received nt the atate depart
ment today from the en jny In M
IVtrraburg aanl the I:m.4i.in emper
or left Hi capital Auttu.t 12 for M"
row to make hla liratbi'i.illera WKh
ihr army. The niraaaKH wa aciit
(t'onliuuoa ou Vajta Tu.)
I I TS LEA
CONFIDENT OF VIGTORY ALL
ALOi hue m mm
Record Breaking Demonstration Follows Nomination by Ac
climation of Harvey B. Fergusson to Succeed Himself in
Congress; Adolfo Hill Unanimous Choice for Corpora
RINGING DECLARATION OF THE
PRINCIPLES AND ISSUES AT STAKE
Speaker Aftsr Speaker Brings Greatest Convention in His
tory of New Mexico Democracy to Its Feet in Enthus
iastic Approval With Predictions of Complete Party
Success at the Polls; Central Committee Takes Up Or
ganization of Campaign Today.
Delegate to the grcateM anil
mtMt aiiccea.ful Democratic con
vention In Ihr hltory of thr
party In Now Mexico arc leaving
lor their home t.ulnv. confi
dent of victory nil along thr luir
In lite November election.
Harvey II. Frrgunoii tmmi
nation las night wax followed by
one of Ihe moNi remarkable
tlemniiHtrailoii of popunir Ap
proval ever aern In n political
convention In thla state.
Thrr hnd birn no fight on
Mr. Kerguitaon nomlnntloti. ' No
10m pel It ton for the place had
helped lo 11 mime I he t 111 hilsliiftn.
From thr heKinmng of the ram
pniiru he hurl bei n Ihe alnule se
Iccimn of a united party. Yet
when hi had been placed before
the convention and hi nomina
tion formally minted by a rialna
vote biHl night, the delegate,
(cluing their atundards. followed
Ihr hand In 11 wild parade
around Ihr Klka' theater which
rem-mbled In Ita magnitude, noisr
ami dotation. i t-ne which hnr
been wltnchM-il following thr
iioininutlori of a t-uitdtdatu for
pi'chidctil of the I'nlted Statca.
No more convincing evidence of
the pluce Mr. Fci gusni'111 hold In
the In-art of th" people ha ever
been given. In all hM Imig pub
lic career he hn never hud an
hot or o spontaneous or so aln
cere a tribute from his putty.
It wua rem. 11 k.il.le In that with
out competition ,,r upp.islilnn or
any of the 1 In riKH which usually
arouse eiithusniMii and conven
tion fri'inty, it una probably the
most violent ileinoiiHirutiott of It
kind on r id in Albuiiuerrpie.
The enthusiastic approval of
the noiiuimtiiiii of Adolfo I'. Hill
of Hanta F. for the stale corpo
lalloii coininiMeion was hardly
The convent ion contiinii tl In ses
sion until after miilntuht and dosed
with the same absolute luirnmny and
unanimity of action which had char
acterized every step in llie long day's
procccdlllK." I' closed With U brief.
buHine-slike speech b ilovernor Mi"
Ii..imIiI. carried to the plutform
against his will, ami giving a brief.
for ft'il. pructiciil talk to Ihe licit"
Kateg fo take home with them, in
whnh he cmpliasixed the need f"
backing up the spletulidly aucccssf'il
convention with hard work.
Ilu- I 'nut flit Ion's Only I inlil.
The only difl'eiem'e of opinion In
thi otherwise remarkably harmon
ious convention canie over the II
he ml tax for roans. The 0 oslton
had been fouxht ..tit In the platform
committee and bad been II null elim
inated from the plutform. Henry
l.ockhiirt of Alhuipirnpie. carrying
out Ihe lnstrilctii.il. nf the Herii.illll"
county N-mocialic convention, pro
posed a plan asking thr legislature
to ahnllth the tag. Then followed a
long diwiiaaion. hulled at time uinl
culling for half a Umrn roll calls
and votes, nnd In which representa
tive of many counties took art.
Ileriiallllo county a delegation stood
loyally by the l.oi klliiit tcaolutioii,
but it finally mil tabled by a roil
(all vote of ir to i.
Finully ilovernor McDonald and
Stale Chairman I'axton look a hand
In favor of a roud lax plunk asking
the reduction of the road tax from
12 to l per head, which had been
propoaed by Mr. tluilfoil of l.aa Cru
cr. This was atlopled itnaiiimoUal:
and Included In ihe plutform.
Many deleguPa began leaving tor
their homea l.iet night snd this
morning the eXodti wu generul. only
thr mrmbera of the len.il profession
remaining for thr bar nsaot-lulioii
meeting and the newspaper men for
Ihe stale editorial contention,
The Male committee mel In Ih
Commercial club at the call of Chair,
man I'axton thla morning at
o'clock and hn been engaged all day
In practical campaign work, largely
of a drtuil nature. Mr. Fnxton hua
laid down for the full committee ait(
M. lent work to keep every member
liuay every hour from now until th
election. A hard, systematic, driv
ing campaign la being mapped nut
which will carry the war for Ih
legislature Into every county In Ih
state and into every precinct In every
county. In on effort tn niake the next
house of representatives convincingly
Koch a light. It waa pointed nut by
the chairman thla morning, la bound
to result In the greatest majority for
the slate candidate any party ha
ever given In New Mexico.
When Chairman Itlchardaon called
Ihr evening and final arsslott of the
convention nt 1:30 last night, I her
was u good-sltrd audience In plt
of thr rain, which wa fulling In tor
rent. While wolflug for the lut
delegate to arliv Judge Richardson
made one of th strongest speeches
of the convention. "Lt-t Ih Demo
crat tell Ihe truth '.n thla campaign."
hr said. "Let Ih fill prophets u
among Ihr Krpiibllcun.' He then
reviewed briefly th pmlictloii ur
Ihe Itt piibli -ana on the disaster du
lo fall upon Ihr New Mexico sheep
u a result of the Democratic tariff
policy and Ihe ultrr downlull of th
prophecy und the prophet and th
meteoric rie of "he New Mexito
The committee on resolution still
waa not ready to report and on mo
tion of 11. N. Marron Ihe Convention
proceeded to the next order of bul
nesa. the report of th advisory com
miltre on tl candidal for corpora
HILL WMI l LOIl H)sT l
Speaking for that committee J ).
Chavex of Valencia roiinlv presented
Ihr name of Adolfo I'. Hill of Xuiita
Fr lis the unnnlmi.ua rholc of Ihe
The nomination wa made by a
unanimous rising vote. -
Ihr bund played ' Dlxlr." Mr. Hill
received a demonstration that tor
hole in the 1 oof. He wa escorted t
the platform by a committee headed
by Judge M .still of llooaevelt county,
where hr wa Introduced by Judg
Itichurdsoii. Mr. Hill spoke briefly
In Xpnnish. Vic Chairman F.uKeiilo
It. micro of Morn county Interpreting.
II wus a gracrlul speech of accept
ance which brought him a second
utuiion from th delegate.
MAHHOX NVMFS 1 K.IM.CSSOX
IV M-OOt'FAT AIMUIKN
"Next In order." said chairman
Klchardson. "1 Ih nomination nf
a candidal for rnnxreaa, a1"' '"r ,n"'
purpose th chair rccognlie lorn
hllo county und Hon. l. N. Marron
of thut rounty"
Thereupon Mr. Marron delivered
on of th most eloquent addreaae
of his t'loipient career. II auld:
Mr. Chairman and tietitlr men of Ih
Ueinalllbi county desires to present
(Cuntlnaed on taa) Thro.)