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I T Associated Press hai a special wire Into The Standard office, supply. Tng thla paper with the same news service that le given the largest pa pers In the United States. Fort-fourth YearNo. 210 Price Five Cente. " FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT, PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER OGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1914. entered a. second FREE DANCE AT UTAH HOT SPRINGS TONIGHT I SPECIAL MUSIC. TAKEjjOTPRWGSMCAR BRUSH CONSOLS' AT LOW POINT Greatest Drop Since Early Years of Last Century Government Broker Buys. Market in a Condition of Ani mated Suspension Ameri can Stocks Drop. London, July 29. The seriousness of the European situation was re fleeted today on the London stock ex change, where British consols drop ped at one time to 69 1-2, the lowest point reached since the early years of last century. They opened at 71. or 3-4 below yesterday. Soou after ward they dropped to 70 1-2, and then lost a full point, bringing them down A government broker camp into the market at this point and began buy in? all the consols he could get at 70 1-2 Five Failures Reported. Three small failures were reported parly in the morning session and two I later on. making the total five. None; of them were of much importance but I it was feared that more would oc cur later in the day Otherwise there was nothing doing on the exchange and no other quota tions were available, the market being in a condition of animated suspen sion Dealers on the stock pxchange aft erward began to do a little business i ALABAMA MEMBER OF FED RESERVE BOARD W. P. G. Harding. W. P. G. Harding' is the represen tative of the South on the federal reserve board and he is already in Washington occupying his office in the treasury department. but sales were effected only after much negotiating. The transactions In the American section snowed th quotation of Ca nadian Pacific at first to be 161. then rising to 170 and afterward declining to 166 as compared with yesterday s closing price of 176 1-4. Southern Railway was quoted 17 against yester day's closing price of 18 3-4, and United States Steel 54, as compared with 68 1-2 at the close yesterday. No Quotations in Berlin. Berlin, July 29. The Bankers' as sociation met today and decided against closing the Bourse, but resolv ed to suspend dealings in securities handled for the settlement. This in cludes all the principal stocks Deal ings in the cash market, however, continue The committee of the Bourse was called together and without taking formal action on the recommendation of the bankers' association, sent in structions that no quotations be reg istered Business at once came to a standstill The- Bourse committee later an nounced that dealings wiuld be per mitted to a limited degree and that settlement quotations would be issued this afternoon St. Petersburg. July 29 The Bourse here was closed today and probably will not open until Monday next. Liverpool, July 29. The stock ex change here suspended operations for the day. Brussels. Belgium July 29 The Belgian cabinet decided today r out immediately three classes of the army reserves. Amsterdam. July 29 The Bourse here was closed for the day Berlin, July 29 The Bourses in Hamburg and Frankfort also suspend ed dealings for the settlement today Paris, July 29. The Bourse opened weak today. Prices were affected by the drop In New' York yesterday but little business was done French 3 per cent rentes were a little better than yesterday at 78. COL. ROOSEVELT TO J HEARD Senate Committee Will Hear Ex-president's Opposition to New Colombian Treaty. Washington, I ul y 29 The senate foreign relations committee today de cided to inform Colonel Roosevelt, in response to his request for a hearing in opposition to the treaty to pay Co lorabia $25,000,000 for the partition of Panama, that he would be heard whenever the committee determined to take up the convention. Senators said, however, thai it was not probable that any further consid eration of the treaty would be had at t hiG session of congress.. 4 P.M. CITY EDITION H TEN PAGES WEATHER Generally fair tonight H Thursday. H Class Matter at tha Postofflce. Ogden, Utah. il ALL EUROPEAN ARMIES ARE MASSING; I AUSTRIANS FIRE ON SERVIAN CAPITAL I RUSSIAN ATTITUDE HANGS GREAT EUROPEAN CRISIS IN DALANCE German Emperor and Czar Nicholas in Telegraphic Communi cation Over International Aspect Hostilities Begin in Servia Austria-Hungary Expected to Respect Ter ritorial Integrity of Little Slav Nation All Servians Residing in Austria Made Prisoners. DIPLOMATS FEAR GENERAL OUTBREAK English and French Officials View Situation as One of Ex treme Gravity Both Austria-Hungary and Servia Re sound With Marching Troops Military Aviators Flit in Every Direction Montenegrins Mobiliz ing on Bosnian Frontier Women Building Earthworks. St. Petersburg, July 29. A dispatc' from Belgrade 6ays the Servian capi tal has been bombarded and the - j bridge over the river Save blown up. It is considered probable thai it Ru68ia goes to war, Emperor Nicho las will become generalissimo of the Russian forces, with his second cous in, Grand Duke Nicholas Nicholaie vltch, and General Soukhomllnoff, the minister of war, aa aeconda In com mand Berlin. July 29 The German em peror and Emperor Nicholas of Rus sia today exchanged telegraphic com munications concerning the interna tional crisis. Paris, July 29. The Temps says Russia was officially informed about half past twelve this afternoon that Austria Hungary would reapect the territorial Integrity of Servia and wishes even to abstain from occupy ing Belgrade, the Servian capital. Portland England, July 29. The British fleet sailed from here today for an unknown destination No in formation could be obtained from na val officials as to the movement of the war essels. Vienna. July 29. All Servians 11a-1 ble to military service residing in j Austria-Hungary are being arrested,! and handed over to the military as prisoners of war Berlin July 29 An important of fi-j cial conference was called here this evening owing to the reported mobili zation of the Russian army It was still in progress at half past seven. No orders for a corresponding step in connection with the German mo bilization have been issued yet. London, July 29. -Reports of the massing of armies in strategic posi tions came from all points of Europe today but no actual clash of opposing forces was registered. Diplomats concentrated their atten tion on efforts lo confine the war to Austria-Hungary and Servia the two nation? Immediately concerned in th? quarrel. and the attitude of the Ger 'msn and Russian emperors was close' ly watcned. owine to their near rela tions to the countries engaged. Premier Asquith referred to 'he in ternational situation in the House of Commons, but all the information that hp was able to impart was con tained in a few words S'tuation Extremely Grave. urn.. a i .. ,(- mnmdllt " lie said, "is one of extreme gravity and 1 j can onlv say that the British govern-j JL mem is not relaxing its efforts to do ; everything in its power to circum-, scribe th area of conflict. 'The British government has re ceived no Information as to an alleged revo'uticnary outbreak in Russian Po land " Troops and Aviators Moving. Austria-Hungary and Servia re sounded today with tho march of th? troops toward positions of attack and defense, while military p. viators on both sides flitted through the air along the frontiers in an effort to dis cover their opponents' positions. No idea of the plan of campaign could be obtained by the general pub lie. however, owing to the rigidity of the censorship in regard to military movements. It was known that the - Austro-Hungarian government had requisitioned the entire train service nd that private telephone In the dual monarchy had ceased. It was glean ed from dispatches from Servian points that the Bosnian frontier was looked on as the most likely point of attack of the Austrian troops and thither the soldiers of King Peter were hurried in great numbers I Montenegrins Concentrate. The Montenegrin soldiery, evident Iy preparing to support their brother Serbs, also concentrated along the Bosnian frontier. The stock exchangee everywhere in Europe were demoralized and where they were not closed business was all most at a standstill. David Lloyd-George, British chan cellor of the exchequer, today made the financially tranquillizing state ment in the House of Commons that I the Bank of England saw nothing in ! the present financial situation to make it necessary to call a meeting of bankers to deal with It Baron RothBchlld, In an interview today, said: "1 think the situation looks rather better today but I don t know person ally of any developments. At the same time it looks as if there were more chance of the war being local ized." London, July 29. While Austria Hungary was today preparing to strike at Servia, against whom she yesterday declared war, the rest of the European nations, although still hoping that the conflict would be lo calized, were getting ready for the greater war that must ensue in case Russia should intervene on behalf of the small Slav nation The state of the stock market in ( London showed that the situation was considered grave and the anxiety I was added to by the issue of orders to the British fleet at Portland to sail for a destination which w-as not I revealed to the public I In the meantime dispatches from I Vienna showed that the movement of the Austrian forces toward the Ser I vian frontier was proceeding steadily. I but a strict censorship concerning the military movements prevented I the exact destination of the troops l from reaching the outside world All I the Austrian and Hungarian railways I were taken over yesterday for mill I tary traffic and transportation for I the general public was suspended. I Servia, it was known, was Just as i 1 active in moving her troops Strong j forces were dispatches to the fortified I tow ns of Valyevo and Uzhitza on the : Bosnian frontier and to Svllajnatz in the eastern part of the country, while strong divisions of volunteers rein i forced by regulars were gathering along the river Drina near Losnitz on tne Bosnian ironuer. Montenegrins Preparing. The Montenegrins were also mak ing preparations and had stationed a brigade with a mounted batten near Priboj. where women were busy building earthworks. Servian and Austrian aviators at the same time were flying along the ! frontiers trying to locate the posi tions of the opposing forces, j As far as a general European war is concerned, diplomats in London. while they confess the situation to j be most grave, consider there is hope of averting a conflict so long as the I Au8tro-Ruslan conversations" con ! tinue at St. Petersburg. Unezslness in Germany. Another danger has arisen owing , to the uneasiness in Germany at the j preparations being made by Russia ' along her frontier. Ordinarily, it Is pointed out. Germany and Austria ULSTER VOLUNTEERS USEIQDERN METHODS IN MOBILIZING ARMY Mobilizing Ulster volunteer forces in Belfast. That the Ulster Volunteers are not the poorly equipped forces that some have been led to believe, was demonstrated during the recent mobilization in Belfast of the Ulstermen. Quickly-moving autos were used by the Unionists in gathering their forces together, and the well drilled, well equipped regiment brought many surprised ejaculation from those who were wont to scoff at the men who are fighting home rule. have the advantage over Russia it being able to mobilize more qulckl. and they don t wish to lose this a vantage. Reports have come throug' from Vienna that the Russian Pol have organized a revolution ant blown up several magazines but nc confirmation of this has come to ham from other sources Servian Merchant Vessels Attacked. A telegram from Premier Pachitch of Servia to the Servian legation In London, registers a formal complaint in regard to the Austrian attacks on Servian merchant vessels on the Dan ube. It says: "The Au6tro-Hunganan military anu civil authorities fired throughout the day on July 26 without the slightest provocation from our side and dam aged three of our trading vessels at Kostolatz on the Danube. The Ser vian flags were hauled down and re placed by the Austrian colors There were, however, no casualties." Partial mobilization of the Russian troops in the southern and southwest ern districts was ordered by the Rus sian war office last night, according to dispatches received here. It is argued in official circles that although this action dangerously di minlshes the chances of maintaining European peace, it does not neces sarily imply a rupture of relation1-, between Austro Hungary and Russia The hope is still expressed that some European power m3 succeed in bringing about an understanding be tween those two states The present mobilization order af fects onl the Russian frontier con tigous to Austria and not the Ger man frontier. It is confined to Uu military districts of Kiev, Odessa. Moscow and Kazan Tho peace foot ing of each of these districts is four army corps, each numherinc 4(1,000 men. or a total of 640. nun. The com mand to mobilize doubles this total., so th5t 1 280.000 men are affected by the order Diplomats Try to Localize War. Vienna. July 29. Germany and It aly today continued their ef(ort3 to localize the war declared yesterday by their ally Austrip-Hungary against Servia, and the efforts of all the Eu ropean diplomats are being directed toward the same end. No further declaration had been re ceived up to th's morning from Russia and that country also had made no fresh attempt to intervene in the con troversy. Dispatches received here dated Warsaw. Poiand. report that several powder magazines exploded in that city on Monday and that several 1 bomb explosions occurred in the prin cipal postofflce. many persons being killed or wounded Another telegram says the entire citadel of Warsaw was blown up and that semi-official explanations declar ed the r-xplosion to hap been caused by lightning The dispatch dated there was no truth in the txiyyti tutl a revolution had broken out among the Russian Poles. Socialists Oppose War Stuttgart. Germany. Julv 20 So CialiSt anti-war demonstrations in this city today led to such yerious col , lisions between the manifestarita and the police that the authorities called out the troops to cope with the dis turbances The district where most of the foreign legations are situated was surrounded by police guards why were attacked with volleys of stones by the people. , CARRANZA AND CARBAJAL AGREE I ON TRANSFER OF GOVERNMENT General Basis of Peace in Mexico Arranged Through Advance H Agent Definite Understanding Reached Immunity Promised for All, Except Parties Held Responsible for Overthrow and Assassination of Madero H Further Details to Be Worked Out. fll ZAPATA'S FORCES ARE TO CO-OPERATE fl Acceptance of Protocols Signed at Niagara Falls Between United States and Huerta Government Expected to Bring HI Recognition From Argentina, Brazil, Chile and EB American Governments Definite Idea of Hifl Villa's Intentions Expected Soon. 6H1 Washington, July 29 General Car ranza and Proistonal President Car bajal have agreed on a basis for the arrangement of peace in Mexico, ac cording to a message received here today by Jose Castellof personal rep- resentative of Carbajal. Mr. Castellot showed Secretary Bry an his latest advices from Mexico City which stated that General Vlllar and Justice Allende. Carbajal's two delegates to Carranza, hae been in structed to carry out In detail tho general basis of peace "already agreed on " This was interpreted by Mr. Cao tellot to mean that through private channels and through Reginaldo Ce peda, advance delegate of the Carba jal government, now with General Carranza, a definite understanding has been reached for a peaceful trans fer of the government at. Mexico City to the constitutionalists. No Amnesty for Madero Murderer, With respect to amnesty and guar antees, General Carranza, it is un derstood, will promise Immunity to all except those directly responsible i for the overthrow of Madero Trac- tlcally all those said to be guilty have fled from Mexico, and that ex- j ception will not be opposed by the Carbajal government. It is expected that within a few days the Carbajal delegation will have worked out the details of an agreement Diplomats here expect that one of the first ques tions will be on recognizing the pro tocols signed at Niagara Falls be tween the United States and the Hu erta government Approval of those by the constitutionalists probably would mean recognition by the Uni ted States, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. Zapata's Forces to Co-operate. An agreement by which Zapata's forces are to co-operate with the con stitutionalists in restoring peace throughout Mexico has been arranged by delegates at Vera Cruz and now re quires only the signatures of Carran za and Zapata before being made public. definite idea of General Villas intentions Is expected soon. General Lauro Villar and David G. Allende. provisional President Carba jal's delegates to treat with General Carranza on the transfer of the Mexi can government to the constitutional ists, will leave Vera Cruz today on the steamer Mexico for Tampico. Con sul Canada has reported to the state department. El Paeo Texas. July 29 Guanajua to, capital of Guanajuato state in cen tral Mexico, was occupied yesterday bv constitutionalist troops in com mand of General Jesus Carranza said a report received here today The city had been evacuated several days ago. . uo- RUSSIANS BUSY ONJRONTIER Regiments Moving Forward to Occupy Strategic Points Ammunition Served Men. Berlin. July 29 Military activity on the Russian side of the frontier is confirmed by many evidences which have reached the ears of German of ficials, but it was slated here today that no mobilization order had been Issued by the Russian war office. Private reports from the Russian frontier say distinct indications of Russian military activity have been noticed there The Russian regi ments, which have been moving for ward lo occupy such important stra tegic points on the frontier as Wir ballen, Russian Poland, have been served out with 350 rounds of ammu nition per man, while hasty purcha ses of forage have been made for the cavalry. A number of (Jerman regiments have been moved toward the frontier, as a precautionary measure. The men wear the new gray service uni forms and carry their field equip- Hffil ment ttBaagg The German crown prince arrived BMlIM at Potsdam today and a family coun- 9e3 ell was afterward held in the new ffwfiB palace KwHfi The emperor and empress, the BfsfS crown prince and the other princes H9ffy of the imperial family were present. ISyi They conferred for an hour ISfitS Official Press Comment. ISSE The North German Gazette, the of- ficlal organ of the German govern- IwF-m ment. will publish in its evening edi- f.'tfjjf, tlon the following comment on the p v.Srj international situation: i "The peaceful tone of the official .'y Russian communication issued yes- 'ii terday finds a lively echo here The J$fii imperial German government shares i' the wish of Russia for the malnten- :' y, ance of peaceful relations and it lw' I hopes the German people will sup- j: I port it by maintaining a moderate and IT""-1 quiet attitude." FRANCE GETTING I READYFOR WAR I Army Concentrating Near Frontier Military Guard Placed Near Great J Flour Mills. BAKERS LAY IN STOCK Foreign Office Takes Pessi mistic View of Situation Austria Must Modify Attitude. Pans. July 29 France continues quietly to prepare for war. The troops of the active army are grad- j ually concentrating near the frontier A military guard has been placed in the great flour mills at Corbeil. near Paris, which. In the event of I war. would be taken over by the ar my. The bakers in Paris are laying in large stocks of flour and the city authorities, to prevent all possibility of famine in the capital, started form ing today a reserve store of 16,000 tons of flour. The police department is exercis- ; ing a general surveillance over Aus tnans and Germans in Paris. The prefect of police today ordered tho j: discontinuance of the service of the public at tables on the sidewalks and on the terraces In front of cafes lu consequence of disorders which have occurred since the beginning of the International tension. Government Appeals to Press. The government made an appeal to the press to keep calm and carefully jj j to verify Its news concerning the cri sis before publishing It. Avolphe Messimy, minister of war, today visited the military wireless station on the Eiffel tower and or dered the staff to be doubled, the officers to remain on duty day and I night. President Polncare's return to Par is today from bis visit to Russia was made the opportunity for a manlfes- j! tation of patriotic feeling by some thousands of young men belonging to the League of Patriots, of which Dep uty Maurice Barres is president. Anti-War Meeting Prohibited. The government today prohibited , an anti-war meeting called by the rev olutionary labor organizations. At the French foreign office, a pes simistic view of the general situation prevailed this evening. Officials there think the only hope of averting war is that Austria Hungary recog nize the determination and unity of views of Russia. Great Britain and a I France, and that she modify her at titude towards Servia. j uu Paris Julv 29. Adrien Hebrard, one of the leading journalists In France, died today, aged 80. He had been managing editor of the ' Temps since 170. He was a sena tor from 1S79 to 1897.