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Established 1877.
RALEIGH, N. C. NOVEMBER 2, 1915.
VOL. C. NO. 102
OF CZAR I NEW NAVAL BATTLE: M0SOi.c ! Rrsnv tc nmi c
, . , ml.hu i m uniiLL
S MAKING LAST STANDI MEXICO MS
HELP
u. S,
S SOUNDED
(MICH NIlWMl
RUSHED TC
e?lau, Goeben and Hamidieh
Engage Large Russian
Squadron
vKJUNTAINS SAVING
SLAVS FROM TEUTONS
England, Russia and Japan Trv
-lunch Iroons Join Serbians; ! !o Get Oooc.Vition To
.s Austro-Gernians Close In
On Little Nation; Montene
gro Also Is Hammered Bv
Armies of Invaders, Which
Are Exerting Pressure
3Rht tALbUitu Ab
I tntrenched Aljng Border As
j Villa Approaches Garrison of
Gen, Carranza
narcny
h JLU bl UL!I:siiJJ jo PROTECT LIVES
OF TEXAS r.lTIZENS
en Others Sentenced In Bel
gium To Penal Servitude;
Three Are Women
London, Oct. 30.
",,E Connhaen correspond
ent of the Ey change Telegraph
0ranv sends the following:
'A private message received ?n
abandonment of the republican form
of government.
Conversations between Secretary
Lansing and ambassadors of the three
powers failed to elicit from the "Wash
ington government any expression on
the proposed- change. The United
States takes the position that it can
not with propriety express an opinion
ii t t .i on tne internal concerns or a sovereign
) n from bi'.charest says the Lmto n thnr thP rhjPlsft nnui hn
TlirJfVlh V'a'ships BreslaU, Goefcen kft free to work out the problem.
... .... - . Fear Kastem Trouble.
i"Vl HamKheh attacked in the It was represented by the allies that
i
i kek Sea a Russian souadron of
three battleships and several
erasers and destroyers. The re
sult of the battle is not known."
Vashin.ioii, Oct. 3e -Great rJriiain
l.'ussin ann Junau it became ki!nvn vuh. rvvivi.--.i (.m ..t r ..;.!-.,.,., '
tonight, have made unsuccessful ei- jM Jliimi. were cvcviilccl yesioid-y. I
torts to enlist the aid i the Ui-iU-d j tut ore ins t- ill.- Amteid:;iii om'- ?
states to prevent The establishment i -nomh'Ht of Bcsitrrs ToIei;m lom-
f a now monarchy in China -and the n:m- win tv HiU infiM!i;:i' nt -.ras i
(Continued on Page Fifteen)
J. P. MORGAN SPENDS
DAY COMFORTABLY
i.er:oan IVUmhme Guns To Be
y6i'A In Event Mexicans Fire
Across Rivur When Simple
Starts at Aua Pi iota, So
nera; Villa Is Friendly, He
Says
Douglas. .iir... Oct. !. Thf
ieceied in an oilhial tel;:irum from j
Sleilin. i
Ten ot" er e;xms iiu lnd'.nt; three ,
women, were tontenccd to penal cr- j thousand mvn of the Hith !.it i
viiutic, ii. is siaieii. ! Stales Infantrv ;ngac. i-nirencnea
The correspondent's dispatch fol- today within u few l"tel of the Moxl-
lovvs: ; . ;n bound'trv. ready to Interr- r- if aa
"An oliieial telegram from Herlin attack on the Carranza garrisov f
states that in the last few days two Agua Prieta. Sonor.i. ' y .h Vill.i
additional importtmt espionage cases j army, expected Sunday v Monday,
have beesi detected in Belgium and should result in shotting into Anv":i-
Northern France. In Belgium 21 per
sons he ve been arrested.
"It is alleged that after having con-
(Continued on Page Two.)
GERMANrraSEND
MEN TO CONSTANTINOPLE
The Breslau and Goeben, which
(r.y tLe Associated Fressb
New York. Oct. SO. -J. P. Morgan
Were formerly German cruisers, spent a comfortable day following the
lave been renamed the Midullu operation on him for ; appendicitis, ac-
. cording to a bulletin issued by his
and Sultan Serm, respectively. physicians at 9 o'clock tonight.
TiOiidoii, Oct.. 30. Only the moun
ENTENTE TROOPS RETIRE
IJilnons rlmractcr of the country In FROM SALONIKI, REPORT
wpicii mpy are tiiitm 13 saving
S'rllaVi roircalJna: troops from annl-
IrPaMon. ExcoDt fop tle French
urcngtlicTiins: of t'e Rrbin lino
noa- Sfoiimil'sa. tlie alMetl reinforco
immi li.ivc not reached her hard
pr'wi1 armies.
S-Wn's tiny neighbor and ally.
Toienoero. inoai'mo i he'ns ham
1, --d bv the Anstrlans. who are cx
tMns relieved nre.Tire aloivr the
roi- A'isbcrad. In a envement
lo.or'Mt'nc: vitb tbo neral Teu
K'c'fr ofTcnlve in the 1'nlVans.
Rm-'nn.s To Tinnd.
"dlowlnqr TtMs:an bombard -
)iv"it of the Bulgarian littoral, Itus-:-
rn troops are now reported to be
e'-oi'nrr piack Sea prearato1'
to n rtttomntcd l.?"d;ncr, with a vfew
, tMVinf tvo Tiuarins in th rear.
r.vi rnnrts rnm from German
S'-.irro hovvev-er. and Rre not confirmed-
nor bji th report of a big pa'1
c -jrement In the Black Sea btwen
Pus-.ian -onadron rnd Turkish war
rt. headed by the Goeben and
rnvf! rumored movement of Russian
Iron to nbi erba iM generally
orft.vted in "r-lnclrnd. and eriven te
proTrinont place in the London even
hf ranprs A guarded reference to
the undertaking was made in a. Tetro-
g'ed dispatch pritd this morning,
w'oh rferrd to the Russian EniDer
e "iciumeyins south to trp'e a send
off to large forces of all arms."
Ak fore IVoors.
o-han circies in London ore st'U
n'kintr ureent apneals to the allies
t'i rush troons to their countrv's sup
port, but the very fct that the Ser
bians hav ben able to hold out up
to the present time has created a
certain amount of optimism.
Neither of the treat battle fronts in
th east and west hua furnished any
marked development. Petnurrad re
port tonight that the Austro-Germans
are evacuating Volhynia. -leaving a
vast quantity of ammunition aad sup-pllen..
(By the Associated Press).
Berlin, Oct. SO. The Overseas News
Agency tonight gave out the follow
ing: "A dispatch from Athens reports
that the entente troops have begun
to retire from Saloniki. General Ham
ilton (General A. B. Hamilton com
mander of the British forces at Salon
iki) communicated the fact to Prince
Nicholas of Greece, who ordered the
Greek authorities to help the Anglo
French staff in tho task of retirement."
(y the Associated Press).
Rome, Oct. 30, via Paris. Reports
received here from the Balkans state
that special trains have been prepared
on the Bulgarian railway to transport
German troops through Thrace to
Constantinople.
155 DROWN AS VESSEL
SINKS OFF GALLIPOLI
(By the Associated Prs.-
London, Oct. 30. The British aux
iliary mine sweeper Hvthe was sunk
with a loss of 155 lives, following a
collision with another British war ves
sel of the Gallipchc lnin'1p "'ir''r
the night of October 2 8. Official an
nouncement of the accident was given
out by the admiralty today. The Hy
the hftd sboard 2-r0 men.
No mention ia made of the dam
age, if any. to the other ship.
The Ilythe was a 509 ton mrchr'nt
vessel requisitioned by the admiralty.
SUFFRAGE LOBBYISTS ALREADY
ARE ARRIVING IN WASHINGTON
Life of Averase Congressman To Be One Round of Female Re
auests Ail This Session; President Not To Be Heckled, But
Will Receive Two Envoys
can territory.
Brigadier Ge neral Thorn:. s P. l'tirs.
commander, said he would take vvry
precaution to orcvent .my flrinz inro
Dui'glas.
"I do not propose to .-'o ,.n Ameri
can town shot up," he said.
Villa's advance guard, under VL
Thomas Franco, reached ?.ui Bernar
dino, twenty miles '-aft on tin- border,
today. Col. Franco so id Villa was ia
personal command of the army.
General P. Kliax Calles. command
ing Agua Prieta, leceived reinforce
ments late today. The tirst of nin?
trains bearing troops and equipment
(Continued on Page Two.)
PROGRESSIVES WIN IN
RUSSIAN ELECTIONS
(By the Am'jc1V.1 Tt)
London, Oct. 30. A dispatrb to
Reuters Telegram Comp-tny from I'e
trosrrad says:
"The recent partial el- tion.-j aiv
the Progressive block h Tn.ijoriiy i?t
the council of th empire."
te&
STEDMAN TO SUGGEST
COOKE FOR POSTMASTER
By II. i:. C. BRYANT
Washington Staff Correspondent.
(Special to The News sad Observer.)
Washington. D. C, Oct. 30. The
suffrage bands are coming in a con
stant stream for the '.?ning of Con
Tho wtf. of th: avenge con-
gressman will be one grand round of
female lobbyists from the opening to
elosiner day of Congress. Miss
km f tvit Poi.ressional Union,
the aggressive organization o u oman
Suffrage aavocates, vmuauj
nounced" that she will have represen
tatives in every nook and corner of
the Capitol until the Federal amend
ment is provided icr. ' , . , 1
. In3sident Wilson will not be hec tiled
i -.mmrn, Vi?a f'nnertss but he
will.l: visited frequently. He has
Ugre-d to :-r:lve : Mrs.
F: ;1d " no Tlirs Winces j cnue, -
two envoys from the Women Votes
Convention at San Francisco, the day
Congress convenes.
The Congressional Union wil! send
to the edge of the city several hundred
suffrage workers to mt Mrs. Field
and Miss Joliffe as they advance from
Maryland by motor car, i.r.d escort
them to the Capitol behind a band of
music and beneath flying colors.
The envoys from the women voters
of the -equal suffrage states left San
Francisco about the middle of Sep
tember and are now traveling through
the various states along the way. Thy
will make their final ttops in Ne
York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Dela
ware and Maryland. From Maryland
they invade the District of Columbia.
Representative K...Y. Webb, now
(Continued en r?j Ttto.
(c-iij to Tli" Ntwi Ofcervcr;
Greensboro. Oct. 30. Cnngre ?;iuan
Ftedman today announced de'huudy
tW:t he would recunim'd '!iv t
t. rney A. WnyUnd Ceob-. bi f . r
l.iw partner for nest rioter 1it- to
succeed R. D. Douglas ::i j i;.ua.y
next.
GREEK KING ARRIVES
AT SALONIKI, SAYS BERLIN
iriin, ct- 50 (bv wlre,AS3
Tuckerion, N. J.). The Overs n
Nws Agency tonight gav out th
followintr itm contained in a dispatch
from Athens:
"Kine: Crr.tantimr of Greece has
arrived at Saloniki. He was r"cetv-d
by Prince George anr" the authorities.
The general staff of the entente trooj3
was not present, in accordance with
the king's desire."
A dispatch from Paris on Octolr
27 said that according to information
received there King Con&tantine had
given up the project of goingr from
Athens to Saloniki- It was aaid that
the king had r- 'e all preparations
for tb trip but tSally concluded that
it might, lead to an embarrmminc sit
uation owing to the preoce at
Saloniki of the Allied commander
an exchange of oOdai calls with
whora might be miaconstruea.
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