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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION ,oC. VI II -" ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, lMlly b: a M Mail, an '.pie' Be. MAOOO STANDS READY TO Pi:E LIVESTOCK DISEASE BEING STAMPED OUT MIA I WIS FARMERS AID Oil COTTON LOUS Thirty Million Dollars of Gov ernment Funds to Be Avail able for Rediscounting Out Standing Debts, NO INTEREST CHARGE ON MONEY ADVANCED retary of Treasury E xer oses Discretion Given Klin iy Law for Relief of South ,m Planters, HJIMME JOURNAL BRtCIAL LEtllD RMRfl ft'". A,li; 23. Rapid pro gress ', Ctemipiiig mil the latest ,,ni breah of livestock toot anil mouth dis, w.,- .ntnum. . , ionighl t til' iU p.uinient of agriculture. "Report trom the tiiuathn if looted.'' saiil th statement, "indie. re that the outbreak is Weill;; confined in I lie vicinity of the ticnis of the in tii ti ,l The work of disinfection is inc. pushed rapidly ami in four of the six Illinois I nilfltt concerned law has been completed. n AetgUM -3, three infected herds were await ing slaughter la Cook county ami oik mi licDoMtM county. The- spread of t lie disease in Cook countN, where seventeen herd altogether have boeti stricken, is attributed in part lo the use of a community pasture ." CONOITiONS AT VERA CRUZ ARE MUCH IMPROVED WILL BE EASY TO MAKE ALLIES BEAR WAR C0S1 esence in Mexican Waters of Two United States Bat tleships Has Salutary Effect Washington. ffltiali tonight MiMcemenl by that in Ifn w of lies In putting ' band list, he Hi At Ihe purpow bank!' lu of rediscount IAL imcul Lt'tLD WORK Aug. 23. Treasur ; made public an an-1 Secretary McAdoo the action of the al 1 niton on Hie contra Hid, if it became ne , $;;i.iiIiii,uiui or more; edersj reserve bank s ami Richmond, for j enabling Ihe reserve i loans on cotton , la warehouse receipts made ilial MBH ami siuie nauhs of- ; to the federal reserve system.! sold would he deposited tern-' at least, without interest! It was explained that if it 1 ii that the object could h. ac- with greater efficiency thi-rele. 111. d --posits would he mud. direct i iih national banks agreeing I tu fcinti the money on cotton al a rate to cxtci',1 6 per cent. To I pled, I Market horetarj McAdoo authorised, the aniiiuKi in, Mt 1 1 , mi his summer norm 'iir,'il l null' OtBpli! IRV MORNING JOURNAL RPlL 'AL LtAttO Wlftt! ISellm. AUK. 11 (bj Wireless to S.i villei. The Oversea News MMIC) In an ileni given out for ti ansmission to day says: "George Bernard, one ,,f Germain's best known financial writers. In an editorial in Vile VoitiaclM Veituim. ayi the recent statement by Dr. Karl .Heifeiieh. the German minister of fi nance, that the enemies of the central power would have to pay the larger part of Herman. Austrian and Tarkuth I war expenses, could be more eaatb put into effect than is bellevrtd byl many pessimists. Germany, h points. out, hojds wide snips of valuable land to the east and to Hie West. If these' lands are returned to their former own' is they must pay the price fixed by the victors, the writer declares. J If the territory be retained it M ould i tnen ase ihe national wealth and ac tual amount Of tax receipt. The re fined financial technique of modern times, he argues, would permit ar rangement for the paying off of such war dchts without disturbance of the I money market " i NO DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST FOREIGNERS Qulel Prevails at Mexico City, Normal Commercial Condi tions Are Restored anc Wireless Is Working, SHERMAN LAW BEGUN SUI1 IN EL PASO WASHINGTON IS ,,i iriM Ho Hi in. All (he no 1 1. .in p s.i minravTrinn behind RI SWEEP Pi v . Mauser, the Am.ia.ii, Metals coin i puny, and a number of American audi Mexican mining companies. asking dam. ikes m the sum ,f $ J . . i run Th, action is I Touch! under Ihe Sherman law and the JudiTnc tu asked lot la I three limes the amount of the dam-I ages alleged i, bav bean actually susla imil According to the complaint thai plaintiff company entered Into a con 1 tract with ,h fondants w h, l et ij plain-j tiff wa.s to deliver 10, Set tatt ll lino ore at IV. Ml per hundred pound Etnd for tai h Ini reas ol one oenl per pound hi the market price of spelter, the price paid for Ihe ore wis i.. bs increased over $."t per hundred pounds, Plaint if fs alio. the contract was lit'oken when the pi ice advanced STILL WAITING FOR NEWS ABOUT STEAMER ARABIC The funeral bet of the Ar nave bi r rt 0 -1 l" II ll of tile l litis, Only Fragmentary Informatioi Has Been Obtained So Fa Regaiding I atest Subma iMit in iii m i; in s -I Nh U fOGI'i ! I Whit, Slur line I 1 j u ik lit gave the Ai st iterot al beat Ing port that some claimed that I her, the Arabic had i" man lubmariae, h iv naei ith dlsi 10 a 111 iti-h mine oil III,' ll Qerman i was no pi, en sunk m nd that sh. tlet H i"'' cant PEACE LEAGUE AWARDS MEDAL TO PRESIDENT FACTS IN CASE WILL DETERMINE POLICY SEVEN NEW STRIKES CALLED AT BRIDGEPORT; (BY MORN, NO JOURNAL tPfCIAL LI'IIP WHRI, Wathtngton, Auk. S3. Rear Ad miral McLean, commanding im-n. an naval forces in Mexican waters, SSnl A loun wireless rapOH to the iiavv de partmept today on conditions al Vera t'ruz. He said no further aim for, 'imi demonstration had ftci urred lnce the arrival of the battleship Lounjlan and New Hampshire The Carrania agency gave OUI dispatches fr, statitiL, that telegraphic Uofl had been open sin hot Me, al Ver Oru Bnd Mexico I'ity and as far north as Fresnillo. a toWtl inline, liateh south of T"i reou. It was said thai wire coiinciioii sifto had le toniKllt Vera I'm;: it RV MO R N i NO JOURNAL ICIAL Oak land, Califs Aug Atnei lean School reaee le si, ui here toda . awarded Wilson its appeal medal it. - The day'i erston of th lion association and us allied organizations Kandull .i Condon, upi ,,f schools ,i i 'Inclnoatl, v mended b) i he nomih itlng of the Pea, , league to sin self a- prestdi ni. W illi, ii Tuft is honorar) Ofesldent. What ar known as I he s tare' peac prutskj for i aw ar led i, at e during the meeting ol the ipai i v, nt iii tec National Edui a- ihsi,li.it' and Ambassador Pane Foiw.v Affidavits by Mail and Asked for Further Inforir tion by Cable, There Is not the slushiest Ooum that th, Aiahic was -link bj g lorpe do, s,,id i 'aptala Flm b. 'Nell in i there ih, altgbtesl doubt that it w-o tired at the Arabic deliberate! I the torpedo through nte sir, ak thai ontati Pill, ides iii ihe itei us at the point Uj ic TO PETROGRAO NOW RELIEVED TD BE CHECKED lies Take Hope From Decis ive Victory Gained in Recent Naval Engagement in Gulf PRINCE LEOPOLD NEAR RUSSIAN DEFENSE LINE ;T MORN, NO JOURNAL Rf.-IAL llID VVashlngton, Ann '.':i rour have pa'-sci ilnc 1 H rm n i rme sunk ll"' Whit,- Btar liner w ii h a Vial, l of iw o Anieri' an In es. and I I'lican governmenl still is with-; d' t illed and offli Mil Infol RUt c nise ,,r that w lute streak, v nded In torpedo , rttei Ing t he mil causing th,- explosion which ih, vessel. 1 was not alone m I It. The chief officer, the seeoli ma ny passeiiKeis saw i doubt for a IllOltienl leralet fired al the o.,i,i ihe lubmarine Envebping Movemeo denburg's Forces, Is Thought to Hi i Definitely Defealec it we er, Bi'cn ship ii mil ably Bduc word tlons const it lit lonal at Will I ff, red atlon aseoclatlon, d as to pleclUil, P o the National a m as gtated so cunt rol of elec- d w hi Hot fei i thli Bridgeport, new strikes, u progn ss, w i n 'I'll, plants gfl Perch C pal ami stamping Laundry, two JOURNAL P I onn.. Alii.. . eeven lakinc. fourteen now In instituted here todays ,-tc.i include the Spring , the American Tube company. the LoWe plants ,,f th CanfleM U New ll.lS" of ill, Hat i n. 'lav o es iih ti M, ll ip came at th" I ttion In ot'fi- i ture of steps! r h.iv c Indl- i Wtlli'll the ,'lltetlte pOt rated the! will lake to uphold the! cotton market in the face of their con- j tnttend order, 'in the exercise of the discretion I (trstJ to him by law," read the ttvus-1 ury statement, "Secretary McAdoo raid that the government will for the: time I" in- rharjfe no Interest on these MVOsIti In federal reserve hunks: that Nek action is Justified by the unusual Htuttion respecting cotton caused by i the European war; that he coin-id-: He ii hit dirts in use every available! nt ins In his power in help tue cotton producer of Ihe south In Ihe rircum n - m; thai ll is a matter of economic totpoitancn to the entire nation thai thosi, who have produced the cotton crop shall have a fair opportunity to j Ikneat ,,t u gradual!) gnd in an or-j eny manner so the. may not bet forced, thinuffh Inability to market; thdr cotton gradually, to sell it at! sacrifice price. Wants Knlargod Credit, "The secretary laid thai one of hia; chief object was i., create t basifi foi such enlarged credit In the south thai , Ikt banks will have ample resources I" extend In producers such aceomuio- . iliiliens thai they Will he aide to earrv ' tatton iii warehouses foe reasonable ii'tiRth of time until it can he market-; ed Idvantnifeuusiy, In order to nc-j natpnih tins, he ild thai the ua-1 Uotml and slate banks which aW RMlKbers of the federal reserve gyg Ifin ihould make loans on warehouse receipts for insured cotton at low rates "Millet est ; that the hunks can well Itfertl to carry cotton for producers id 'i per cent, especially if they are; W to rediscount cotton paper al the festral reserve bank at a much lower rate than ti per cent; that the credit; resources ,,f the hank of the country r greater than ever before In our Wetory, and that there Is no reason! hy th bank should not, in eo-oper Rubber company, frown Corset eonat pany. Salts Textile company and the Batcheller and Crown plants, Labor leaders expreew ,i I lit mselvea optimistically tonight regrdlng an amicable adjustment of the trouble ; Monterey. Nip vo Laredo. Tamplcn, Matamoros, duadalajara, Manaanltlo and oiln r important points. in m xico City, the dispatches said. Iqulel prevailed and normal eommer- Clal and industrial conditions had beetl restored, Wireless plants at the 'iip- rital had he, at put in complete working m T.Mi.y OF Z M'XTVS m i l i:r hi st Mill 1) lt III1 II, " IS 11 "III lilt' I.IH- M 1 111 ,,, which the convontlon hi Id PRESIDENT WILL REVIEW VETERANS AT G. A. R. MEET ll tile . '.ll.lll. , eight-hour day. (.lovcinak, r' Htrike Sett bed. Chicago, Auk. 2.---The strike of 1,000 fciovsmaker ami garment work ers was stilled today when employe voted to accipt the new schedule of wak'es and working hours sulimitted by Nathan Etataog, Itcasur.r of the concern in wnnii Ihe atrlke centered The strikers will return lo work to-- EM PaSO, Tex.. Aug. U- 1 tails of events al Mexico City, between the first and second occupation h t'ar- rftns forces under Qeneral Oopsalez aro related in courier dispalches re ceived today from the capital. "The entire city council Wa ar rested hv Zapata men last nlKht," It was stal'd under date of .Inly Thin n, oniinc ihe Zap.it.. command- comninatMifi id extracted Hon here is the police f of l idles ng from Among these group of twen rvlng carcassi i fallen In fields. " he dispatch sacs ing cemral secured t ittsnntifi. The" food si i morrow, according to the agreement. r dMDerais This ttion " record showed a nut T n HI Hill fnium ;,, vacanl ol result lilUUunNUu m : of dead liolses' minr i nftflr rnn i n I1UL nilffltLtSu BY FLOOD WATERS rowri ifty Thousand Men to Pass Before Executive and nil Cabinet on Occasion of An nual Gathering. on necessary to shape us course. The only notable dt 'lopmeni i ,v was -i break In the official llen, ii h.,s surrounded the win s, gecretarj Tumulty, after cot uiK with Preeldegt Wilson, Ishu tat men) Ik a.,,,,, mm all 111.- fa. Is rc.tl'dll Arabic are aaeertalned our course i' t ion will be determined " ' ,t Secretary laitismu declared thai all I" th, tnfnrmHtlon so fur in the hand of the state department was fragmen tar) ami thai detail tlll wen- being sought. Ambassador Page, al London.: who li.nl forwarded bj mill s detailed statement, In ludlng some affidavits. ,,f American survivors, was Instructed to .s.-mi Immedtstelj ,, summary hv cable. s,,i Ilapatches wen. received from Mim inn Htej wet t nol made public, because it was understood Ihe, department was unwilling to k1, out. mat. rial ii eonshhi c,i Incomplete. While the situation still was a Walt-1 in, e official quarter reflected the. train Which mows hourly as no word COm from the ib'tinan novel n in, lit PoUO Is III lined. ,1 States had i leal l eg-. opposition in destruction I one CI was ,1 Those l SUM that it Arabic j vldrni I siilimariiie Is ' " s, in oommaiid and leave olllv I Upls of ll snial tiou the of Ih, mid ' per I I box e ' pel ls, ope showing When the missile was under such clreii msta n, es impossible for those oil subilial la A rabl or the UKgesI lo Kpll ' to see pel Is, oe ith. mim i tl the , alls lb III iVI IRRIraAL "t - i- ' TO I Washington, Auk. Wilson and lueinbeis , Will review the de.ttOfl ergna who will march nURNAL, r dent cabinet Tile ' pressed i of men wai lied I of such 1 are nop., I I al ; , uttibenl ; tnellt to i for the Us I, ml ships alld had poinleUI.N , Germany against repeUUonl iiane, ins in whi, h American the the sit Villa lined Pennsylv when tin I ura ml review is capital, The president th. White House last ,lul when prominent Wash ma BVt ime lie: fiftieth annlve ga m h's otti one sultry uf' Itet'llll. involved. In tin' opmi I stale ; ,-s.i' in, i ,,i ,.i ri, ,i i s ii now in- ' '"" upon tin- AWteHcan govern- to a I. (iermati.v for an excuse ihe conduct of the submarine lander Who sunk tin- Arabic is assumed thai unless r,,i ma ny s t,, make an outright issue with 1 lilted Stales some explanation be volunteered. Acting With though! Ambassador Gerard wuh it whether ' MORNIN9 JOURNAL PTRCIAL LtAtIO , Loudon, Auk - I 1 1 il'l p in I -The German naval reverses in ih,. tintf of itiua and the Baltli sea. the German sue, ess in OCCUPylllg the fortress of Geeoweti and a itriiish naval bom bardment "I the ilernnm naval base at , ,'briiKxe todin furnished a series ,.f a,. feature which temporarily dt verted attention from the gravity of th.. issue growing out of the staking ,,f ih,- White Stat line steamer Arabic by a German submarine. Th German version of the itisu bat. I I" ICS not vet been gl'n out bill the deflnltenee "f the official Ittiaalun report on the sinking tr crippling of the German battle cruiser Mnitke. two other cruiser and . iKllt torpedo boats II ,s .1,1 a wave of enthusiasm absurd.! throughout the eountrj and dispelled e thing 'n depression ou r the Russian re nrton" I treal on land) Aside trom that low lefi a'"' ""' German ships the naval engage in mill I regarded chiefly important for the stiateKi, effect upon the inmi , op. i at ions in the German ewegp sail ward loM.nd I'cl i oKiau, wnien miii- tar nbserver now consider as having been i becked and possibly irreparably defeated. BRvcteptMg Movcnsttetri C3tgcas1, Th German center has pressed for ward steadily until Prince 1 eooold of Uavarta i near the Hussiau new Una of defense, but the military observers say that th ntlr cttnipulKn hinged on the v ,s( enveloping moveartent of l'li 1,1 Marsh il I'on 1 1 Indenburg forces iii i ho n, a III They had succeeded In a..- s ' , , ,.-, , pushing far beyond Riga, to Jgetob- I ,b wireless lo .taa) on the Dvlna. but the Uusitlans' Naval , I cles call ;'-; ,,,,,, ,,, ,.llf f ,,,.., MIM, ,,f ,,, reriiiii 'kabrti . oiu i a,li,-t ion ln has. ..r id,-,, wun ,, , ,,n. ruiKiisn press reporis r, ,4.11, un ., ... ... . ... - yard In length." c , plain ginob a a ia 1 .11 .a pool, when in fr UueenaloM n ence with the officials star line. Before making in, ui he laughed heutrtllj ported claim of son,, of ii offioial that a Itriiish n had Jusi ar-1 for a confer ,,r the w hite he. 'tale t.l Isll PHI sN UKPGIITH III I. Ml I I 1 ONTR tint TOM it. .1. (t unUnuetl v I'usr Two.) i LIVES LOST real Th to th shining ,,r n number ,,1 oof man ships in, hi, II . the Moltke from the North sea tu the Baltic with the pUrpOSe of , nlltl'nlllliK IHHa lllld tllliH moon everal Instructed todaj Imil received man itm ei nnu hi from Hi sinking o II DIC FLOOD IS eepleof Little Aika in Desperate Sir Continues, 1,1 1 hauls producer the pies ,f th ith ins lar 'The r. lat v liimirid cu n ' ti federal reserv aril, the sre- nd. had a right to determine of interest w hieh the federal 'in nits- can charge member 11 nod's or loan secured by and warehoused cotton n dis with federal rescue banks." cann6te"is TO be redrafted ItV MORNINd JOURNAL RRtCAL LfABID WlRIJ 1 u ihington. Aug. II. The new, sBteriean note to Great Britain on Nterference with neutral trade pro blv will hr redraft,,! becanae of I the British order mukinK cotton cott- it now will be altered ami will tfeai at lmxtb th,- qttel "n Of the validity under Internation I law ,,f Great Britain's latest action, wh le there Is no Intention to ' the claims for payment for "ton seized prior to the Hritlsh or 1 1'. these eases now have a different ius ami a complete record of this nasc of the dispute , n be prepared IRV MORNING JOURNAL RPR Ltttlei Rock, Ark., Aug thousand people in the 'own port, Ark., tonight are man the flood waters of White 1 1 cording to e t lephone mei cefved h ri the pop u la, t I ate straits. Bight persona Dotted to have lost then town is iii NO CONFIRM Vi'Kiv (il CAPTl'RE Ol IIBRMOHILLO i..,,i"b.M v.-!. Am: 23, Oen. P. I Kilns t'aiies. Carrania commander leading the Investment ..f Nogale, Isonora. wired lodaj to Consul Gar- r-, , , (luno licre that h' had no authentic LlCjlt ' Information regarding the recently tit was rumored thai the city hail bill ion and that he had sent souls ml,, the distriot surrounding the capital to confirm these reports, but had ii"l : heard from them. When the visitors were ; im irucici 10 as n the president' office, the! , it ll said the i they w,ie- representatives nol necessarily litisens' committee of Waah-IGermanj befon formed to arrange the enter-1 ilon is decided seated explain of the Ington, lalnmenl for the forty-nlntl m, ait ami fiftieth annivers tatt watt Indeflnlti mi what! LATEST REPORT i protei t Ing a uerim 1 Petrogi oi j TI',. result of tl I gleaned from the i pears definite), to i German objectlt a, ol,:, rvors. who say land adv.iiieo on S navgl battle, as fflClal report, ap haVO defeated the a, cording lo the that aside fmni the loss of the ships tin naval base of Hlga are s hands and menai , Von flirt her advant toe ar i L'lllf lllld the III In Ititssiati Kindenburg' Pet rograd grand review of national Sepi, mh ipllul the the The LIAIfO W'Rf I Live; NeM - Willi. I INS SOtlN Wil l. REACH MEXICO CITV ,p sper- j less from five t,, the populate, the upper Rot court house. Secaetse of river rose to the levee. s pi Lted to a df WCIVC fe, t . i has sou"! I The I Mi x n Antonio, Tex., Aug, 2IS.- Wiro- communicatlon between Meali o and the outside world Is expected established soon, according to blegram received from Vera t'ruz y at the Carranss consulate here. Message reported the erection In CO City Of a wireless station and thai preliminary trials between capital ami V',,1 Crug had been point opci a I i vol, t ii W , ood, told de the nea inp- ilversary of iim i. a. R, it the week beginning spokesmen told help was need the last great runs who sSV. d sdi to ommllti his fa intend I, ft im Hi W h 1 1, in Is is pn Wll a cablm d pcrly oll 111, , d substutitli Ho Ii led ablnet membe the cttV, B H ten' e President before the ieen called i biuet day, i ion three icl'jl dins ,. i Eaily Pred i Are Not Su&sti Water:; of Mt Recede, ! of Disaster ntiated When ramec River ,1 of the Mel, exhibition lirills inp r order fron irrlaon and Mai !e, rotary I ed i leneral i ma 'tilled l nil Ion Sillies , bills regulai s luring the will l reek sfl i ail as the situation may de- mi i ti -unit sine ITRI t'K WH IKH 1 w IIIMM, ,1 f at ii re if these nd lai drills w ill he ! flnial a nd lodi Aug, I'.i (II unofficial .. bearing u tatemen loll III' such an otectlng cxt the the moat disastrous f tory of the communli boat continued maW daWD the river in the port and sue, ceded number of families It houses, whither they eape the the nine too gr, withdraw All means III N MI Sis CONFEREES PLACE nii iixti had g i Ftnallj tht at and the bot flood ta ts had to if the town, save has bet tonight i, tepho oral p Newpol Willi destros com u ,' Ki Paso, Tex., Auk'. 23, -Accepting !ih, A. B, l'. invitation to discuss peace 'I in Mexico, Miguel imu. Lombutdo, i (foreign minister in the Villa aovern ' 1 incut In his reply forwarded todav to the state department and to Ihe Pan 'i.tmarlnan enforces HiuL-cMted that the conferees name the place and date where the proposed conference be held. He said III pal I . I V il army, flashed fall of message mi unoffending merchant ce Una on her course and Imp The Imp it sh,. was ship, pro th. it Willi- 'UCh t'.1' B sulimut inc. the ooi I well , "lleli I mark tlmiiith , o her , i:i i I, large greg i leaatrrn ami I under water point becam Increasingly resorter hit owllin lo Cabled i 'I ports clubhouses, I ' i it iii Stales Stating ib'l " Hll'eams loo Se Dot Ellis m s, hit, of tf ei ,. lie , 'f I lone t barge gnlnm soldiers. -'as. Ariz., Auk 23. U'onard negro trooper of the Ninth I'nit- ttei cavalry and it, R. Kleber, prlvats oi the Klghteenth Infan. er arrested by the ehil author! oda) on the ehargo of having l'i I to kill John P"ters. no ipr ' Nintii cavalry, who eras (tabbed i! Lines Vf.ylpp.litv ;,n.l ,., ort I lie h.,,i been attacked bj Uexl- According to Officers Peters been Kamhllnn with Mexicans, on their money and was robbed bi Rllia nnd Kleber, who are al to have Spared bis life on COS. i that he blame the assault upon W I Mill it FORECAST. ashlngton. Aug. 23. New lC0 Tiienda. thunder show i " "ler in south portion; 'nosday unsettled, probably 'orp and warmer in east por- t in r exhauited, ami with man; refu Koog In the town from other points ulonif the river the situation waa one which authorities here considered grave. Th,. river, although rising slowly have the honor to Inform you I adhere complete!,, lo I lie dlurn -aii, I patriotic anewi r of (Jen Cisco villa, chief , ommander of otiv, nt i hi army, i this rewind I will see with ,om- lisfaction lluil vour .Xcellell- ies assume the role of Intermediaries to set the date, name the place and arrange other details whore the en feroneo must be assembled in Mexican lellltolV. sail I place beim, previoiiMv "I , that fled plete old method of trenatnlttlng signals bj rlne tie torches win also h, shown by the cat- reull i arans, while the up-to-date method I elgn ol of field lo)ephonj mid wireless teteg gummlfl ranhv will be tl, nstiated i. ex- knowlei pertg of ih,- regular army. Mam ofjdetalla W'asumulon In the days of the chill "a sinking ihIkIii ha,' been the f strlkiiik: a mine. Tim for l c issued .i tu i. f statement up th" facts within Its ge, without dihi IomIdk ill Hi' I n m laud in ,i a Missouri Is lis of allium, i iv, n from thai! rottngoa along ureatei pi unci."--. ,-d Iters made b Th capture by the Germane of the fortress of oggoweta glveg then an othdr stronghold, only Grodno and I lireat-Lltovsk remain Mm In the cen tral sc. ilon. It also gives I Item th" ui.,111 point on the rail Wall to Klelsk and Breat-LRovgk, Kitsrdinis to Re treat gnln. spe. iai reports Pram Petrogrnd in ,11, at" mat th, Russian position at Urest-Lltovak gradually Is becoming unlnnable and that the public Is be-no-, prepared fm it, announcement Meager details haw been received concerning the British bembafdmenl ,,f the German submarine base nt Zoo. I, ilium- and neighboring points on the llelglan coast Berlin rtOrtg that fort) Brltlab ships war gaged In It, but the iitiiisii admiralty as yst hue i, no statement. The riiinir lasted several hours, the German heavy at tlllert itnawerlng th British ftre, Th ii there bus been French naval activity ui tim same locality is shown in the i', nis official communication, whi, it announce (be sinkiim of a Ot t loin torpedu boai deatroygy off Oa ten, i hi two French torpedo bouts In tif ' there hSV been no no table change in the buttle line. noniit's Petrograd correepondenl say thai ii semi official atatemant is sued in the Kuealag capital, adds iiii- other axillary cruiser to the prevlou l,s, of ih, Hi i in, ,n losses ill the tiulf f I of Mill III PI I.SER, IS I III I I AI AN Itl.Ptllt I III aid ink toi de, lilK PRESIDENT DISCUSSES COTTON SITUATION! land neutralised, m oeeunoe to nd ihe conference either pereenal ,,i through a representative is ln ed nol only h a spirit of discipline, based on the vehement deir I" my Country again enjoy the bene a, MO-NINO JOURNAL RRfJCAL LtAtIO WlRt! Washington. Aug. II. Plan for helping the cotton eitualion in the ..-..e.. disiussed todav in Praai- de,,i Wilson with W, P, G llaidlng.; of the federal reserve board, who has Investigated tho cotton question tlmr- OIIKIII, the prosmi'iii is ii.wiiiik test to Groat Itritain against makin-' cotton contrab, Hid Mr. liar, inn? made recommcndatloi.s toda;. for fur ther steps but refuaed to make them public. I Ml" plan uiid. r , , insider., Hon Is understood to he the pending of an Informal commission to Kngland to arrange for the sale of surplus cotton. -.ohii.'is ( mier Grave Charges, Ii Paso, Auk 23. Jesus ll'il. I Mexican arrested today and hold foi nrellmtnari bearing befon- the united states . onimissioner In the , baric Of piiichasiug ammunition from soldiers ,,f the Lnitod states army. During the past three weeks several ttinus- und round- of i ll ii- ammunition be longing to ihe sixteenth infantry has disappeared. Investigation revealed that the soldiers were -.tiuic ear trldgas to Mexican who In turn dis posed ,,f them to agents of tti revo lutionary factions A number of the soldiers ar detained in the guard house in connection with tho cut. the men win, defended the Capital years ago, Becretar Daniels has place, i the I'nited states Marine band i the disposal of the veterans for the week, and a BTleg Of Cottoerta Will be given The full hand of slXtJ five pieces Will also participate In the grand review. Wednesday, September IJ. when 10,- the Wafhington committee Unit one vessel ,,f each type in Ih tinted Slates iin'. that Can tUtVlgat the I'" tamac river, win be in Washington harboi and will be open for Inspec tion i, member of th . i ami visitors during the encampment. The fleet will includ ihe light ei cruise, torpedo boats and submarines, while model n in on, i. , i s v ill Its possess,, ,,1 bflint'iv lb' bj a Germt without warning an, I w i tempi op th pan Uf 11 ,,ti ick tue under-wab r es. ape. The announcemi ut a elates that the Arable was ill and Wa pro, esding to a heUtf and therefore cul l , inn no conti This is considered ,, lummlng th. itriti.-ii official view of the tiai fin is ,ud as ahowlng the iii,. state- the Vriiblc submarine u t any steamer in ft of al lo or to b atim ,1 it poll i band. Up of essoil- , ulpa ad work f the most be i l red boJiide same type of Iron war. in addition to t naval aei 'opiaas mi will be broiiKhl to the iivtatlon b,,s,. at pensaenla und exhibition fllglits will hi Xpert of the navy. v, I-hiM-ioii from M i . siibmailne in Tip- most Important direct testi mony cam,, however, from member ,,f th, .row oi the steamer Dunsley, w in, gav a , ii , iimst., nihil account of seeiiur ihe German submarine while shi ehelled th Dunstej They iie 1 1, ire, i that during h, i mansuverlng astern of the Dunslcy tie iinderwiiter boat, cam ,, clearly Into view that it was possible to not,, she showed in, i 1. 1 i ttMlngUlShlng mark. Later iho declared the submarine suh merged and rounded the Dunaj) stern, showing only her periscope These statements ale , ollHiilered I" fin the gai in the testimony given by Captain rlnch, th,- passenger ami crew of me Aranii wno did not se the submarine because she was astern of ihe Dungley. ThOg aboard the a abli have declared they saw the tor pedo speeding toward in,, ship and the Dtrnalay'a aurvlvor now assen the tot pedo was filed trom a 1 lermaa aub- Hunduy, Mud tins al J oramitl . ' heade, I I : auperlnti mi, nt ..r 'lor, -,i Valle, I'lii. ! Governor MaJm i I Mr. A! In u-iii said i ! for tile ri la I "I He lei Park Man,, of will he with, j Weeks, be short ifell ill V! the town flooded. Tin ough out of si I., Slllt (,f III- II were intuitu Hun I' i' no i tin 'i so, or Hie St. I. Southern Trains ove diitht. g official etatemem i nerdl beadquar. 2i, was made pub m ted i " apt Missouri f, H 'Mill w a deatlluti lie flood lor two Heeded I ,, Val tf. rer thfee doveia, th,- an te afternoon of raid on our line. 'Ut d 1st lirh. vo thiol lonlght d H-. a t Igh trains s and Pacific, lit. I The followin from the Italutn i , dated An , nsl be tonight ""n the upper em, attempted oi I It.. 'In. ,. t.,,,1,1.. which defeudi Mi" height conneouna 1 .ii , it pass whn Hull':.. I The attach, althoiiuh preceded ,i,., supported by Intense ft ml volley of hand ! .oies, wa,. completely reputeed. In the Tolmlno gector the Invest ment of ,i ii us s I, being slowly, but i ontlhuouty completed, 'ui ihe tins,, front a surprise night all i. k " Hoops put them in pos session ,u several suoiik enemy freuche" which proveated our line on Ho lift wing (Tom beiiii.' advanced. Weak itt.o i, i ,. th" enemy toward the opposite wiiiu in the Seibual Bono were euall) repulsed." 1 1 i n.li Hii th, Burlington to tin west. Iron Mountain sas and Texas were St. Louis Soutbw gould, irk., and d ut li t six NOW UKH IN III INs trains, to Arhan i noted over the tern a fat as Para them a ot "i t he Irog pence RcMllUtlllllS Pl'l-.'lllc.l Washington, Aug. II itoHoiutbutH ni; Intel national poaei were pi sent,, i I,, presldeni Wilson toda; by three priest from Japan, delegate to tip. recent International convention of iiuddhists in Ban Pranclaoo. One of them, An hbisl MokOSSn Hlokt, il i, (IreMRIfl lit It.tllVe ,'osllll.lo of Ills rellgiosii I fa w U aw I Undated), Aug. 211 (via I ,otldotl I I 1 i 'le fortress of MovogeorglPVBk lie In ruin. The I I n: in en 1 the heart of the i l eal RU4Mlan ,-ti onslnii l from the mill. Iitii'niu the 1. khi tue Associat ed Preea eorreepondent had witnessed ih,- Impreaeiv epectacle of the t. rrlfl, 1 ss.iuii w hi, h l, ,i 1, 1 ihe fall of th fortress ti, point to the southward of in,. eiiiin 11 seemed ss if brllUeat flashes ot hglitnii.i; were constiiiitly hanging o.r the greut ring of forts, here was a constaii' ruin of exploding