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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION HIRTY-8IXTH KEAR ., , MI No. I NEW Dallj bj urrier or Mail, Oo n Month, single ' pU-H, .V-. E WHICH WILL HE PURPOSE OE ABA ran Germany Is to Understand Just om? FwrfW 4cfs WW fic Me GRAVEST SITUATION ICE BEGINNING OF WAR NOW IS FACING GOVERNMENT, IRE TEMPORIZING IMPOSSIBLE 'he F il f imiSf,.. SINKING OF LUSITAN IA MUST I BE EXPLAINED SATISFACTORILY AND REPARATION PROMISED Secretary of State May Go to Summer White House to Go Over Situation With Chief Executive, Who May Not Re turn to Capital Before End of Week: Greatest Delibera tion Observed in Preparation of Next Diplomatic Com munication Because of Portentousness of Conditions Ex isting Between This Nation and That of Kaiser Wilhelm: Delay Should Not Be Interpreted as Indicating Hesitation Regarding Policy to Be Pursued, but Merely as Due to Great Care in Taking Next Step. (By Morning Journal Washington, Jalj I-. Constderatlim nf tlte ticrman repl can note on .ilhlu iriil, vutifnro overshadowed all else Inila.v -i. ite department officials. BecrMaw) sensing seem moat of his nine preparing data ami opinions for the ncl coiiimunu aiiim to he sent In Germany, ami ho Indicated that verj probably he would nm go to Cornish, . H hut thai Prosklenl Wil-mi would return hero at the end of the week. The tltuntion was described In of fli ial quarter at critical, and tlierc was no concealment of the fact that relations between Germany mid the i nhed States had beoomi more strained than at any time in their history, High offlelabt sold the poKy of the American govermaenl would be careful!) worked ont, and thin In order i c( the situation firmly, tlu' utmost deliberation was require I. Tills Information was given out in order thai j debt) of possiblj R week or more in preparing an answer might not be misinterpreted as meaning that tin I'nlted States Intended In any way to i, pile from the position il had taken In the two notes alrcadj -em t Berlin. Will Dei Ian Purpose. There was much informal dlai us-1 ,,, n,, capital ii the end of this wok an argument m the lien iad Dt rl owi d ' h i leld of in so iiiat the nt xt commun mi the pnlted States mutt is , Ai, it the intention! of ence to Germany nw the sinking of Will he SpecifU s refusal ti the Lusltanli and lOKltb (lis- HomeUilhg much more i isltlve than has yet been tea a ha h the United 8ta I the submarine war i ard, is now eapscted. 1 ifl felt It gave the Impi eri would be no fuithe i i tie principles Involve '). would h.. very brltf tieral ootlcv which the v merlcaii ivcrnment Intends to follow with re- ii rl to violations that already havt urrad or shall take place In the Bernatorff is Hopefnl, In German quarters here tha tltua- m Is not viewed as critical, fount I '.. i nst i.i IT the ' o iTiia ii anioassa bellevet that tin nations has b.ei iv to further iened by th inanv Ul Its egtabltahment ' retary tainting will receive Count "ii Hernstorff. at the latti lis, uss the situation believed the ambits: lain Informally the nlni and win in nun i eeietarv Lansing of ti hlcfi the I'nited Stat Illation. NO Ml ltlf RIGHT TO W. Ml 1 l)i:i) T TBI KN rornish, x. H Jul) II. Prealdenl Wilson today received from the ttatn nepartmsni th official taxi at tht Ia4 1 si Qerman note on tubmarlne war- ftre and immediately began consider ftlon of his reply. He instriu ted Bei - fetafy Ltinsing to prepare a n - randum on the diplomatic problema involved, and will not s rejoinder until he has conferred with tin ttC " i try of stale. Il soon became known after the i i . .-nit-lit had read the note that be do.s riot ,iok upon the situation nil critical, but that at the same time he Is not inclined to underestimate the bossfbllittta of the problfm presented to hint and is determined firmly to uphold the dignity of the United Stales. H was said here Inflight tbat there !s no present plan for Mr. Lansing to come t,, c irnlsh and that th. pn si dew will not hurry back to Watihlng ton. Hit present plans are to return WEATHER FORECAST. Washington. July 12. New Mex ico; Partly cloudy, unsettled Tuet- aty and Wednesday, not much change In temperature. Special Ixased Wire.) to the liin'i'i- in ihr work oi his study at Harlaken mslder It, foregoing mihtlr ride It h IHs fa i vole bimui If io other matters than the situation with Germany waa ! shown this morning when he played j ins beat 'same of golf iii months Just Ihe un- Slloke-. NOTED NEWSPAPER MAN DIEvS IN S V MOWNINU JOUBNAl ll ia" " Seattle, Wash., .inly i-'. -Col, Aldan .1 Blethen, for near) twenty years eilitor and publisher Of the Seattle Tunes and one nf the liesl known lournaliatlc flguret m the Paeiflo northwett, dt d a( hit home here i it today, lie was 6s years Blethen had been In i"" several montht and was his bed more than two i nel II GREAT FLOODS many lives at the result of unprei dented fl .ods in provides of Kwai lung and Kwangisl. China, was nounced loday in a dltpatch to I "Unprecedented nooot ureai ow tress among th Chinese in th ni terinr of Kwang-tung and Kwangal. Many lives lost Shameen fl b .1 two ,r three feet. Thole Is a total I ' timi of trade and railroad I ruffe Contributions to goffering humanttj uraentlr needed at once, Kindly in form the Red Croat and the Christian Typboid in llosweil. S;illl;i re, -iniv l-'.-Tvphoid fever la reported Don. RotWell, Harold he 15-yaar-old ton of Guy H. Hubert, being taker, down with a serious at tack, which is aggravated by tn in MM heat, the thermometer oil urdav having run up to 1' i MIIY LIVES LOST OE EAST CHINA Summary of War News of Yesterday river Aisnc is i ho w mining opefal i"tis. I .to mthel n i L8?": net Mini whili iiiy pari nf 1 1 the Infantry attack, and fieri t o-hand encounters wei e t. a this battle, which ttill i ontln Seemingly the Austro-Gern resting on the victories th For the present thj have all tlrely ceased their offenth i . iiewx filter in of minor act gh at Austrian front is making mow head -I rormeti me way. There are report from theltnal his vlcti Italian si.i that the Austrian art troops under being (oread t" withdraw, bul fromlot Aguns Cal the Austrian aide assurance! are i -; ;i i . i thai he I en thai the Italian attacks are being tionary force i epelled m all points, threaten! i t The German cruiser Koenlgaberg, j with his ia which laal Ootowvr took refuge in a I within 100 m shallow river in Bast Africa, has I having captur EDISON'S GENIUS CALLED 10 RID Deadly No :k Country, I BY MONN.Na JOURNAL SPECIAL LCAGKO WlBt Weil Orangn, N. J., July I- -Thomat A, Edlton hat accented sn In vitiation from Secretary Daniels t. head an advisory hoard of Civilian in venters for a bureau of Invention ant development to bo created In the navj department, ins auceptaace will s forward at once to Wathlngton, when tin id. ins awa t word from tin man "who run turn dreams into real I lies." Mr. Daniels' idea nf Utilising the in ventive lienius of Americana in and out of th military and naval service 10 meet conditions of warfare Shown in the conflict on land and tea In Eu ros is outlined in a letter written last. Wednesday taking Mr. Editor whether, as a patriotic service to Ills country, he would undertake the task of advising th proposed bureau. The plan Is In have several men promi nent In Special lines of Inventive re search associated ill the work. Among the great problems to be laid before the inventors, the secre tary mentioned submarine warfare, adding thai he fell sure that with Mr. Kdlsen's wonderful brain to help them the officers of the navy would be able "to meet this new danger with new device that will assure pence to our i ountry by their tffei - 1 1 veness. " ggUaon Accepts Promptly. In announcing tonight thai he would ciadiy accept Secretary Dan ids' invitation, Mr. Kdison said he believed th praposal to important thai it should ne attended to now at n time when the war in Efurop was bringing before ihe public the Import anot oi encouraging the developing ideas and inventions of Americans---especially Officer! and men of the army and nave "The I'nited States is far behind In these mutters." said Mr Kdison. "I believe it is highly Important fat" hoard of civilians, made up of engi neers fr mi the leading industries, to be formed for the pnriio.se of looking into the feasibility Of ideas developed a young men. While all ideas that will he sill. milted may not lie reasioie.j ai least liny will have the hem Tit m . Xpert Judgment and advice. In addition to the advisory board of engineers, I would also tuggMl " department of experimentation where ideas mlK'it he tried out. Tin- e,,sl would be nominal, Only a few acres Of In ml would be rsJ tired with prop er buildings and a corps of efficient men calculate' to earrj out gpri- uents under direction of those sua- eestiiig th.-m after they have 1 ap 1 1 II is an imporlnnl matter and should he put under way at once. The Kuropenn war has served to draw attention to the fact that many .Ameri can Ideas and Inventions have hcen allowed to slip by and if this matter is put off until Ihe war Is over, there is danger of it ltlng forgotten." AMERICAN if? VILLA FORCES SWEEP TOWARD MEXICO CITY III GREAT STRENGTH Danger of Bei WAR PROSECUTED IN MOST VIGOROUS MANNER Railroad Communications Ai oi P..I Aln P, RolnJ I u " '"' i iirransa ron smith 1 Beverul thousand well-equlpp I men are in the flying column whli I villa hat tenl out and i some i t n I trusted Hailtentti Tie I at r -lye .on 'in alleged shortage of ammunltlo mixht bj in ised on contu Several ' "II Is report' pill; ninis; merchants organ I deratood to n road running 1 from I ra ptiati in,. Carranxa istward to io preveni ihilujsrn it is eatlmati a. ai hast tlxty di ial ognixlng or nivi the Carre nss g iis capture of S I Iclall d.s Ial ed in . it. : i ; t i . i alWI irjtpect for hie when growing made it was not t ne part ng dominant. ii olear ato ot HOW under ami that th trOUld not ilia .mid await tin trul authority ihal thl official i tubli i I IS III' atlon mini ill actual contrpi "i me greajei i Mexican territory. The Carra flcigla here , I.I llll Ibis will so low, though the Villa IU rt i Villa's new I ampalgn will hara eral Obregon and General 0 north -d Mexico City, whlli 1 pata forces With ('ucrnavaia as win constant!) attai k from m IT I fol Inslsi i ; mxalet In a bate h and keep as pogalb Mexli t'itv I r.un Vera ( lipilal Mill Isolated. Thus far cal.le i .iininume.it i"i rcet w ii h Mexico i !lt) has not bee established and the latest ceived from the capital was m i V'V' courier reaching Vera 'ruz on JUIJ 10. The stale depart nn iT's siimmat v of ditpatohst were at fallows: "The st ite ilepai I nn nl is in re ceipt of a lelegrstn dated Mexeo Clt) lulv l frnm Consul General Shanklin outlining lb pile! mo' no m 111. work. The depart mi it mtsss lull that e . rj lug shown poetlb hy I, .th faction l!cd cross headquarters have been hshed in ihe consulate gi neral Consul lieneial Slianklill has up the relief wot k (Og dt Americana i In alae is Happrei d "The d pnrttnenl is It) fi i elpl telegrarn from Vein Cm, dated ,,f a .lulv 'i Htaliior chat an u nsk' mil and un- dated circular was circulated In Vera Crttg advising th people not tO ac cept Kid 'Toss supplies The matter was called tn i be attention of i he 1 " riinz.i aulhoiTtles and order wet mediately issued suppressing th im- i Ir- euiaiion 1 1 1 mi' circulars ami conii. eutlog the supply on hau l "The department is in receipt of telegram from Moiiten v stating that corn and Amerli.in sail pok Wr furnished to 20,000 pftsons on July ." ITALIAN A M If c c T FORTS IN ALPS VICTOR EMMANUEL WATCHES ENGAGEMENT Gci hums (.loinvntiating force In &kl Ausli i.iik ill IV snti Accordirij the Austrlo Inforced. w ii , entangli ments m Me mount. un passes 1 1 indirect artillery fire. k ing vlctoi i immanuel, who is the I danger sons, watched ills battle "i Malborgheto longer than an hour. i According to an Innsbruck dispatch I the Germans are concentrating aw army under command of Qeneralj Lundtndord in the vicinity of Munich,! Its destination is mid to be Trent. The Rutttans arc returning about 6,000 Italians, who were held prtton era In aalicta toy the Austria ns, i" Italy, Tha man will be tent home b) a latort olittmm- i m, francs is land-1 atom io Italy. l M ill ls I III Of ii' ii,( ivs r.v KHVM HI rati it, l a It ' fs iss on 111, .i Mi. intuge polni near Uerewlaajr, On ie remainder "f in, nnrthWetl front in nc ling. Agalnal tha thwari of iim and also ggalnat I irtlfb atlotit i in- . ne- j ai Mil. I v fir. Ill ei nl Tj roll Pwp battalions at easi of Avtovan, proparatlons, hut i . n I 1 1 Hi i epulsed, I OH of llll a ii men the same rin can III a ho. lime bombarded 1 1 with suauet. ile battalion whl a Moo- I 'lllT ller eh had d hiu k. ilnli l i II I s lU'.POHT GAIN l IMPORTANT HUNT Koine, July 12 (via I'urls, 11:63 p. n i Tin. following official staleineni was issued tonight: iii Cnrnle, following our ucott ul offensive begun yesterday on th eights constituting the sou thorn slope if th torrent "f Antler (AMtcl?) tn memy abandoned the most advanced n tlons whb h he h.ni Drevlousli "On Sunday nighl In the Monte t ro on.-, in,, enemy, during a than .I. r ttoi m. attempted a tupi Ite attai I on our potltlont, but Ibis was re pulsed. N'oihitlg of ImiioiT elsewhere a king IJERTA'S FAMILY TO MOVE TO EL PASO Bf MOSNIN4 JOURNAL MPtCIAL LKAOtll WISH i :i Paao, Tog , Jul) i I it alining thai he will he held lure for sevei.,1 month, 0n, Vlctorlano Huerts re- I'M sie.i bis famll) i" inov. lo re from New York, and today re. etVd w ord they would Start for IT PatO tonight Including .distant relatlvts and ser vants, hi coming household comprises thlrty-flve peraons, be said. IH has plannuU tO have Hu m remain here un til December, when be must appear biefor the grind July at Han An t.inii. Ill answer the charge of .on IpiraCJ to Violate th neutrality laws GOAL U :al frs of 7F IBY MI1ININO JOIJSNAL PtCIAL LKASID Chicago, .lulv 1 The first steps toward the organisation of coal dl art or the country was takaa toda) nl the I. nth annual me ting of th h ler .f Kokoni, a fraternal trganiaa lion of men tn tin coal bUgtW The order began B I WO -day session whb'h will ml With th eli i Hon of officers and the promulgation of 11 call fur permanent organization to tvery 0OJ man Iii th" country. 1 H rough mm . . i ,.M HI f ;AJ. d hn i rii nm i w Y i rxpert yiw 1 1 wnorn, m i it imrn, oi Kytkt, l- In the caaa 1st, against through Iheoiloie KMka. tes- 1 In.h Hi 16-yct r-oh son sddea is endeav Ul Mi ring io ntied io one-tnir the propwts Th Oaddat had writtt in the letter fill s i thorshlp of w hii ii Hunt t dectan I MM 1 I if David wai del Interest In ,1 (h il Mrs. tiers found Keeled, .111- ld i har Ths lot in s sitme nature the financial period from re praetiaiu an oi t asking assistance from 'I'll. leltei 1 !l I I i elea' d i 1 s!4 I, late oi B priM'tlcally death, Io 111,. 1U GERMANS; HOLDS T S RIIUkUlK iuc m u v iim niiuLi DDK MUNITION I The tituatlon in Poland ami Qallcla hat not v.i reached i crisis but the . ... public is rather weary or following SI, nrSSttSnSCj UO iin complexities of the itussian re - IU.. , , Itlrement, and so long his Warsaw ap- I III IH Ollt AtlllUdP IS pears in bo in no Immediate danger is T jliurnlng to the weet, BtMrdtHg gueatet I lOWillll I 0 L-l 1 0 1 1 nil(1ns to whother the Hrltlsh and French or the German Will he the ft I Ml to 'llll AlllOSi lake the general offtntlv. With tht arrival of mid -summer this is a big i i question, for II is fell that one side s,. isuswxl sstcui liai.iii! "r other must strike bfore long; .. i , , ,, m i . I ni horn lie another winter of tedlout ' ' . iii, mli warfare Is inevitable Teli grti m company by was 1 dam gives the suhsl nice nl described as a thinly veiled Rumania contained In an i Ann what the wemi-olfhTal I'TankluiTiT .il ling which undct the heading hour "f tale. ' barges t a il Ii holding up war mat from 1 1 anv to Turk' The Frankfurter Kol thai under her ireuties v Itumanla't country I ,,, route i , I , mom ill : Rumania has - Russia and d nerli nn theory, tin entente p pi . i nl need mil in I Up oi lb W III b Is accept i regarding i Itumanla't upon Han nuns id her mtprehend OW n I Tin I I Hie Interest, Will I 01 e ik .1 1 III." din d 11. gardli iiilui i. i I Iv tin ind coneli A list rla I iiiigary an Their pcnl. isi, l" ing. pi gottnl poll 0 rests iii Ho EUrtHet '"de. nl Rumania continue to rt can . one, v a ease alls ipg, in i he coming peek e ne when the Inter! m tup hi. h t bHgatloil any long- 1 1, must tak rank hebliul inw' ImiiolTanl Inli is ll HlK llllal powers I liems.Tv i s t I) IN AI ABAMA;""", .Monti. rei en tonlgl II. ol fraud., turr.nd.red Mgggalf eeedli for si Mexli I 'ana I . expe. when llll. I . I'htiv can v "i the ioh hen WhiierH probiihlv w I taken uttody, Two Trawlers Torgcdocd. lldon, July I 1 III II p in. I - -The sbj trawUr Halnton tnd Syrian i sunk by Otrman tubma- in Ihe Worth sea The crews "f essels were landed at fiiimsby. . .1 'in have lilies GERMANS RETAKE SOUCHEZ AFTER BLOOD! BATTLE WITH DEFENDERS 3ombs Precedes As With Grenades an 'III. Rum,,,,! POSITION OF GREATEST STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE rencn I urteusly ro Reg lOtllkl in L; nd.Ti July. I" t ll):iiO i in. i i s h ii appfVafld io he ii lull on a. -a-in flout h'as sprung sielden- m of Ihe most sevelc flKlltltlg III ths with tin- Gtirmani the agar. M.s ,,,, .,,- Th 4,,,. ,.,.. U,.V1 is north of A r rati and hardly halt thai ! distune, southwest of Ijuis. has been .wrested from Ihe Preach after a fjl matt gat attack, followed by band-to-band fighting with bomb and bayotwt, ! The French admti tins i..hh ami are fighting lo regain the around which Hie) had won at such heavy cost. Flgtitlng sun ii'if s Slowly tht Klein h had hcen ligbt tning theh grip on the village ,,f SoUChet unlit the ileiTOMiis. aware that Hie OaptU f Ihe ellllle pOHllloll a, would he an iuinoitunl steii in the I French offensive toward i.cn and Lille, launched a terrific counter- Isli.iki. whli h I.TI them ma-ter of ihe I ttafed burial around with nunc, than 180 prlaunera in then bands HTghtltiH amoug lb" houses when fringe th western edge of the town si ill rggeti There has been a renewal of ai Hvit in other areas Of tl am t hmI Ueiglum, nut notiihig oompar bit with the atrategb Importane ..f thfl Houcht itruggle, Th Oarmant lay claim to Ihe ih slruetl.ui of ihe Hrltith posil Ion on bill No. tin, mar Yprcs. hut thll finds no emit Ii million fnun cltln r Kreiich or llrltlsb sources, to n. nil ol'feiiKhe Soon. Destruction of Cruiser. The destruotinti uf the crulter Koenlgsbet'K in a Jungle-llin d river of I i i ln a was learned with surprise, Ihe fact thai .'die bail taken rtf Ug Ho re having been forgotten by th general public. Th attAcka agflinst Austria seem I to be gaining In Inttnaity, bul the 'i I nns OfflOUtl statement a hints RO loss lot ground. III tVT I H.IITINf; M l. FRENCH FROM TH Paris. July 1 1 I 10:10 p, m l- T he following communtcgtlon was issued hv tht wai offic tonight : in the region td the north the en eiuv bombarded our trench bfore Lsimbaertsyds and Nleuport. W si lenced two of th enemy's hatleiTes. "Notwilh' I. Hiding the activity if the German artillery, which bus cun nonaded with aaphylriating shells our he from Cuivncy to the out - skirls of Hoiiehe, a coiiiilct -ntlack l tl pul us again In pnsspsslon of ond pari of tin trench works ahflndonod v. sii rdav "In ihe region nf the Aisne opera lions Willi mines continue. We ex ploded a mine chamber which do sl i n v ed Hie enemy's gallei in . "The day has been culm in I'bain- pggnti "In Ihe Argoniie thel aCtlVltty was vi iv great, partltetilarly in tha t- Mi ITn i i sc. T . l-'our-d. "In the forest Of I. taoks w ti attempt!) pretre two at hy the German i in the neighborhood of C'armes, Tin tirt was i n Croix dog thrown b0k nn of our The second wllh h I I,V II trtllb i VV IS II from thle ti imbtrdmeni potltlont wh ronttnetle, advance Irei mi II' Th continues w. have CARRAN2A CAPTURES IREE IMPORTANT TOWNS SV Munsisr, iouhnal tlciAu liaiip wish Laredo, Tg,, lulv If - Three im portanl towns in northeast Mexico have been captured Wlthlfl the past Week b) Carranta trooiyt from the Villa gal ns. him Which held them, m'- linn i" mini m atlon which reached the holder tonlgbl The towns am Paredon, nfiv mile Wl of Monte- r. y. In C'lahulla, I-as Vui as In Coa butlu and border town opposite Del lit. i, Texas, and Hermanns. Coahuila, near the ,dd oltl ol MOnclava.