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THE SUN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916. BERLIN BELIEVES DANGER OF BREAK HAS BEEN AVERTED BERNSTORFF URGES BERLIN , CARSON WILL FIGHT TO YIELD IN U BOAT ISSUE CONSCRIPTION PLAN SCOTT ORDERED TO ASK OBREGON'S COOPERATION P(i Comment I mln-ntc ' international in Kwr.v Posnililc Collection Will He Mnile. Anothei vlfw I that ficimnnv may prlv.it,. leasstue the I'nlteil Stales . ""it submarine activities In the war zone will he curtailed pending u solu- Kill- "f " conttuvewy. Thlx would fill Alii H IAIj1 obviate any outbursts from that por- fifin tit 11 ...... i.i .i. i . i.i..lt)L' ill.' Till.' II I I l,v i ,7 ' " ""omo uii-ii is opeiii) IM,.-wiii, ii i nil niiin.o "imiic u in.' American ' o'idiiiiri I, urn First raor t able lluht fin srlctnl tmit of the con i Hovers;.. e hope the note will melve Suites ami dr I In America Ihe sj itilMlhctii' cousidcrn- dared it, wllllrigiic'- , ijey the taw. I J ,til.h It deserves and will carry )m),sns . SOU i til a III! Will 1)C leiiipor.irllv hi least, iierinnnv. It l I'"' Hrltlh ami Ainerlcan r.niernincnts "IT"" " would he In a position tu li'.lt the United " """I" further toward a closer nndcr- .-miucs to on foi re II he ohsen aiiee of ' sinuning renaming niocKatie iiucnuuii-. i lie .inninif7 -nsr, ,fcpproviiiK u rJ I'M ward liicy's attitude In the matter, says that the value of the reply Is In the plain ulllrni.it ion of the doctrine of ultimate destination The Ihtlly Mull approve of "the ex treme adroitness wherewith It restores the tine perspective to the Issues be tween Ureal Itrltaln and the I'nltcd States." on the our! ol tire , Ihitcnte ACN t tip 1 1 piosecution of the uiuei.auc. Pen v. u Amsterdam, April Z' 1 f ncn thai the I'nlted States Slate Pri'.irtmeut has warned American cltl i;i not to travel on meich.uit ship' nhirh ' under ordeis to pursue mid iii.ii K submarines was learned tbrousb Mate advices In Ifcrlin to-nlsht. While thrrc was no liullcatlon that the Foreign Office had been officially Informed of I I'.intcoll.ios. ii t uiHlerstood that the tlcrtnati Ambassador heartily sanction- the Idea or Informal exchnimes of views between Herlin and Washington pending a detl Idle reply to the President's: dcniand.s. Me Is understood to believe that the Im pel lal liovernment would be nssutcdlv unwise to send a leply until It has as certained that the reply would be acceptable. lOlpect I nilrrstftiiillliB. Consequently he Is understood to. be- limn llii. .1... hhI. I .. i.i .. in i . lne American (loverntnent's action there safely' ps.d before the aVrman rc.dv ,. tvery reason to believe that It was Is received In Washington, as he as rr.'eim nf this Imnortnnt news that I sumes that the American liuveriinient ,....,1 il... Imr.crl.-il Chancellor. Dr. u""u' I'dlancc the tenor of the reply These facts all Indicate, It is pointed out, that the Herman tlov eminent Is de sirous of iivoldlmr a break with the l lilted States and Is wllPtig to cooperate with tin American liogerunient In smoothing over the present Impasse. The question resolves Itself, ulllclals now say. to whether the President will ae- fl.ll till .nli..lll.....Hi. ...1.1. I .I....1.... aKiifs action There was. however, a , for compromise In p'tacc of the dellnlte t.im of grattticatloii In their reipiests to dcinnnds he made In his last note. The to excused from nuking any Btutcmcnts. Herman Ambassador lakes the position ii-riii. li.inh.ru im.l l.nslnes 1 "n,'r l"r 1 "iieu suites nor i.er ion nethmann-llollweg, and the Chief e the Naval Staff, Admiral von lloltzcn ooif. to leave hurriedly for army head Vjvrters t" hold another conference with the ltmpcror. Government officials declined to-night to conuuent on the Ainerlcan Uovcrn- men were greatly tinted. Judging from the trend of public upln en in licrmaiiy as to tho submarine con- ' tMiersy it is safe to assume, that Sec- i riUi lining's warning In Ann rleans I so often and to urgently ilemandtil by ' ii I'ltluentl.il lieruian ulltors will have' i lrini ndoiis i ITctt upon (icvinau public eiil .n. and that It will, in fact, be. of ( i srt.itet posslblp aid to the ticrmau G ivrrnmciil in a. ceding to the Ainerlcan nulcs Ulll Help in Miltr I'rnlilrm. L'ni.e-t..inaVdy the ai liun of t ic t rer an liovernment, taken at a Ino--fit win ii tile Kaiser's (lovei iimenl scs cif eonfiontid with the difficult task lie.iflng both tli" L'ultcd Slates ami ..vvii s!ope, will be a powerful factor i he ...lutlon of tlie whole submarine The Aineilcaii step ionics at a lime Ii.m tae lieruian press ami public Hie sirongly divided Into two camps, which r ay be dellned as "antl-Amerlc.in" on (he one hand and "pro-peace with Amcr- ASK FOR SQUARE DEAL. Dr. Itnilnarr nf llelrolt "it I'ro- lcU Were M-ill Mlnrerrly. DfTrniT, April 2fi.- Dr. Kmll ltolnger. an official nf the Detroit Stndlsvein and lepresentlng slly-three (iermun socl 'etle. declares that the 6,lnn inessages sent ftom littrolt lo Washington protest 'ng against the Wilson policy on the submarine question were spontaneous, des-vlle the fact that other messages were obtained by fie American Truth So clet.v . "The mere fact that we vottd for Henry Kord is enough to convince any one tliut we am for peace," said Dr Itoslnger. "What happens In Humpe Is no concern of ours except as it affects our brotherw ami lsters In hluod. rheie vva no concerted effort to obtain signa- tuies to any lietltlon except thn gelier il petition, which was forwarded io th President -.everal weeks ago. Th'.' I.idl vldiuil senders paid for the r own tele grams so far as t know "Kvr" one knows trait 1'iesldent Wll "on Is pro-Hrltlsh. All that we nk. and have asked, Is a square deal foi oil. mother country Tills land stands t" us as our bride, and It is wrl'JiMi that a man shall forsake father and "notln r nn I cleave only to the lirlde of hl bosom. "The Wilsonian poticj I'a- been one of v acitlatlon, weak mmdednf s a .1 liltielessnes" We ibMrcd to call his a'- teiitloli to the fact that a great nunt iiiiiik rnlversnl Com pulsion. I UK LA XI) TO HE KXKMI'T Continued from First Page. gon has decided to go to Chihuahua city lo have some of his Ocnerals Join this party and that he will go on from there to Juarez. COL. ERWIN IN CLASH. of the steamer Hoanoke, which arrived at San Diego to-day, brought reports of an outbreak at Satlna Cruz, Mexico, tunny want a diplomatic break and that cotiFcquentl the two Covernmiiits should work together In averting It Telegrame and letters . onllime to p.mr In urging members) of Congress to life their Influence to prevent friction be tween the United States and t'.ertnany. ber of the American nopulii.e do nut i pwaru or nii.noo of these messages have conic during the last few days. MANY AMERICANS FLEE. approve of U." WOULDN'T LEAVE SHIP. II rlririit t.rnilnit firrntnti mid lletnlllril In Mnllttrrlniiil. (Jr.sF.vv, prll Ii!. - A number of Americans from llerlln have already nr rived at l!arl, and It Is said many nwrc are to follow. They are leaving (er many because the fe.tr that a break between ihe I'nited States and Uerniany l Inevitable. Some Americans have been stopped at Constance, as the frontier was closed yesterila.v. Ilrlllsh 'eel I'lulils lieriiinn llb. ninrliip llnll nn llmir, III. i.t. IN. via London. April -The Overseas News Aenev stales that the crew of the llritlsli "teainhip ( loliliiiuulh was warned bv a Cerman submarine by MkiiiIhou Match ;tl to .'.ie tin- ship. When tley disregarded the warning. It is stated, a shot was Hied by the sub M'arlne. A tight vv lilch lasted half an Haden nr took place, during vvh'eh the strain 'ship was hit eight times. The new then One man was so- According to i Ierman newspaper Km- I left the c.oliliu.iuth, peror William l expected to reitirn to verely Injured llerlln from general army headquarter T'"" captain of tho Hiltl-h vessel was soon The Ceroian new sua tiers Ireal Ihe taken prisoner liv the silbm irilie for flr. 14 on me otner. i u lanei icriii i- question of rupture as a vet-v serious " "T 1 he news agency states that u-ed advisedly, for "pro-American xubject. ; two gunner of the llrltlsh navy served .i mid be a misnomer. That part of the Ttlc (;n;(r ,fr ;,,(iuniiiir quote C.cr-1 tht guns of the C.oldinouth. ilprm.ni population which is eager toln, newspaper te ports- to the effect - - - - jvtri a break with the United States that tw o Sw Iss passengers on the Sussex. PRAISE FROM fO'Am f uters no more lender fe.llngs toward Messrs. Cenonl and Nledcrost. have made ' K America man no me aiui-.mericans. . aiTlilavlls, now on (lie In the American I Tr,c merely believe that a war v. Itli the Legation at Heme and the American1 i-.r,eq mates or even a iiipiuniatiu funsulate at Zurich, that they were coerced by l-'reii'di and Hrltish official into swearing that they saw a torpclo headed for the Sussex. The officials, the ierman papers charge, tlueaieiicd to take their passports away if they did not state that they saw the torpedo. PARIS PRESS COMMENT. I.ermiiii ' llellli'oae, I'n per rrneli re llrlKnedl litiirnnln llellew. trf..k would be a gigantic blunder, i.ary among them even say It would be su'elde T ie Herlin IUnuse tn-dny did not re Sfct 'lie optini'slle spillt -bown on Moil rt.; ii;, the New York Stock exchange. T'V-e was weakness In most of the lin itnt si cks, though It was notlceab.e .At among the Ini.vers weie Ihe bigger ng Interest. closest to the (invent ncrtt Toward the close a better feeling :.ir, to assort Itself Tin exchange jlu" of marks continued to show the .n.. .r wii-i it tlo.l Ileitis worth :i . .! . i.ga'nst ,'.tn unrks at the l-. : lr,l rnl,lf lr-ilrh lo Tur Siv i -if last week. : I'vnis. Apt II Iii.-- IIv tracts from the T e is id doubt that a popular vole German pres on the submarine Issue he. eu.d V -v ballots to 1 aga'nst a it ween tile etnplie and the Culled Slates ' 'a America, but It l also prnb- form the chief feature of the news col- that the vote would be 99 to 1 umns of the French papers to-day. ci ns abandonment of submarine war- 1 The Matin gives two columns of these .PI. extracts to conlirm the statement with Mj Ii of the tcss .ommcnt. unfortu- , which It Introduces them to the effect .tely. still directed personally against that "the German press If as bellicose as -(side it Wilson, charging him Willi be- posslrde." The headlines over the .Uotm r fra-.Uv to England and with trying ' article ale. "Press Pushes liovernment ' 'iurt (ic'rni.inv. The first Intimations to Hupttire In order to Develop Sub t Mr Wlls..ir course has nqt had I niarlne Warfare Without Limit." .t'soluie unanimous support In Washing-1 Editorially the .Vufln argues that the t..n ,ame to Berlin to-dav on the reports U'lcss Is ,uhservlent to strict discipline, t ov s the attitude of such public men aH " u "'wa.vs acting under orders to .s Mann. Hryau and Vardami.n. It lb ,niaKr. the world believe that (.ermany Is ' kelv. however, that Germany will be convinced of her own strength and fears liini-n I In .inv wav liv new of such I in'wnii. I'rlner Albert Indorse President WlWnit' I'rolest, I'Aiils, April :!.--The following cable message has been sent to President Wll son bv Prince Allert of Monacn: "As a sovereign Prince, as a naviga tor, as a scientist. I adhere to the pro test ou hive made with line sentiment and human dignity against offences com muted bv German arms against the I rhts of neutrals, the honor of mariners and public cnns lpiii e. ".UliMiT I'r.ive of Muni,-, FOR A R It IT RATION PLAN. iiM iisioi.s. Me.inw hlle he majorlly of German "Such an attitude," the Matin con tinues, "will facilitate negotiations, mak- l ors who Dared up In a rage of hitter- -, " ',' lu"lV" ftss fury when the American "ultl- giving evidence of a conciliatory spirit i .luie was, made public here live da.vs markedly distrained by sjpuar senll tin liavi gradually assuincd a mors " ""'I' ,, , , i IV inn.' This change of attl- M lleibctte in tlie 7cmn sav . tu. i l.elieved, is ihe icsiilt of Gov- useless to demand (.eimau.v s ier nnsMirc. for then- is no longer i f'ly from the German press. Their dnqb' here that in spite of all for- ll"iw' relieves the public without disturb ii. in al and scml-ofllclal utterances '"- the Government. It Is merely noise '.v.jl.-g defiance of American de- let loose from a safety valve, enabling rmuis he Kaiser's Government is de- Germany to claim great credit for the it.m ned at all costs to prevent a break, slightest concessions a. wrung from an I angeled people. ' It.'i.'Olloii I.eHil llmllenU. . It is tme that the radical pres. led JJRITISH PRESS APPROVES y I " r.K.,cic V.i.;r:.(lHiij7, whose . ' ny-.T W t lU ItepresenlnlHe slier Hi.... I Will In I roil lie.' Ilesilllillnn Iii.iIik. W.vsiliM-.Tov. pr. Itepre-enta-tlie Sherwood of Ohio, on behalf of the group of pacitlst met be-s of the, House and the followers of William .1 Hr.van, Is planning to Introduce a resolution to morrow declaring It to be the sense of Congress that the German submarine, controversy should be submitted to ar-1 nitration. i This Is taken in be the answer to the flood of telegrams which poured In upon thrill to-day from G rmaii Ameri cans and In many cases Irish Americans. There was no dl:j Inution In th. stream, of petitioning message", must of which i were expressed In the same terms. They i came by the thousands particularly from Pittsburg. Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chi-1 cago and elsewhere. The situation gave rise to-day In some speculation eonee'-nlng Ihe posl.lllt of the oiganlr.ation of a peice f.aitv for tlie forthcoming campi.ign. TO AVERT A BREAK. Belief la (irnernl Thnt KnUrr Will lln All In III I'oner . London, April :. The propoal of Premier Asqulth to give the voluntary stcm of recruiting another opportunity to provide sutllclent men for the Ungllsli army Is not regarded as satisfactory by Sir Kdward Carson, leader of the "gin ger" group of Unionists, and other ad vocates of conscription Sir Kdward Carson has announced that, as he threatened last week, he will move a resolution In the House of Commons calling for "equal s.icrlllce from all men of military age." fThe official report of to-day's seciet session it tho House of Commons states i "At the commencemf nt of the sitting Sir I'M ward Carson asked the Prime .Minister whether the published report of .vesterda.v s sitting could be amended so as to make It clear that the Prime Min ister had stated th.it the Government's i proposal as far as they weie contcrntd with the raising of fresh recruits by the extension of the military service act did not apply to Ireland "The Prime Minister agteed that his statement was to be taken In that sense." A long statement concerning the measures dctei mined upon by the Gov ernment to meet the shortage of men and icvealed to the Iloii-e uf Commons at the nceiet session je.-ierday was made. public to-day by the otllct.il press bu reau. The statement set forth the Govern ment proposals foreshadow lug gineral mllitaiy compulsion unless linined'ate siici es attend".! efforts to nb'alii ilun, mho men required by voluntary enlist ment from among unattested man led men. It asserted that the Government would ask fur compuWory power unless at the end of four weeks fiidfnc .Ma "J7 .'.ii.imki men had been procured by voluntary i ulistm.'iit The statement Had In part: "Tlie Premier. In mov.ng the ad journment of the House, gave the par ticular" of the expansion of the army fiorn the tlrst das of the war up to the pie-iit time, and of the total military rforl of the mip.re. m. ludlug con tribution from the self-riovernlng do minions and nulla. Mtesiilts of recruiting, more parti -u-larly suite Augut last, when registra tion was carried out, were reviewed, Il was shown tint the results obtained to date had fallen short of requirement, which weie nect ssury to fulfil our proper iiiiltt.tr effort. This was din. not to an overest .nate of the .number of men available but to tlie length of time' which must be oi-.'uple.l in sifting in dividual ens,., without impairtn.- other essential national sent. oi causing ritave cast'- of hardship "The Piemiel also, leferre.l to tlv quetlon of assistance to be g.ven men to enable men In Ills Majest's forces to meit their civil liabilities, on March ;: Mr. Long informed the House of Commons that his Majesty's Govcrnnie-i: proposed to take certain steps with a view to meeting eases of hard-hip which might arise out nt civil liabilities of men Jo. n ng the t-.r.-es. in addition to the pro I p..se. amendment of the coin Is temer 1 gencv powers) ac' Mr. Long intimitert ' that financial as.fmce would be pro vidi. I through the medlkiii of the Statu toi v Clinniltlee ' Pi.inler Asqulth. lionar Itvv and Lord 1 Kitchener conferied to-day with a num ber of radical tabor leaders to learn whether labor will offer any further op position to the general conscription scheme proposed at estcrday's secret M.j.snu of Parliament. Itauisey McDonald. P.eu Tlllet, Will Thorpe, and W .1. .lowett. president of the Independent Labor Conference, at tended the conference. Jowctt presided at the labor conference on Monday which votfd opposition to the drafting of mar ried men. against Americans. ' The enmity wits fanned to flame by the news of tho fight at Parral between Oen, Pershing's force and Carranza tioops, and becamo so Intense at one time that the American Vice-Consul or- Wonnd Four nf n Villa llnnd Xenr dered the Iloanokea captain to put to sea without waiting to load tne remain r.nerrern. i der of ,n0 treighl pled on the wharf for Washington. April it. A report I shipment, the officers say. from Gen. Funston to the War Depart- 1 At Mazatlan, where the vcsel stopped, inent stated: I .til was quiet, the cuptulu said "Late report from Col. Kraln states i that on the 20th Instant scouting parties from his command encountered small body of Vllllstim near Cocomornchld ami mortally wounded four. Wounded In Dodd'tt command did well and not ex pected to die. "Kt'NSTOS-." .Cocomornchle Is a email town north west of Guerrero. DURANGO CITY INFLAMED. t. st. Cnnnnl .dilr Amrrlcnti tn l.envr ('oiinlr. ' Tor.nnoN, Mexico, April 2t'.. So serious I the anti-American fe-'lliu In Durango that United States Consul Coen of Tmrango city has advised all citizens of , the United States to leave, and Is serl- I'nrrnl Uluht Cn lie Anll-Anierlcnn ouslj considering going himself IVellnir ' ice the Parral tight the newspapers I have stirred up the population agalnV-l-o anoelk., :.-il., April :l.--Olllcersl the "Invaders." OUTBREAK AT SALINA CRUZ. T.R. 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'Phone Cortland 2445 at once for a demonstration or write for our latest book, "Your Business and Barrett's,." John J. Harris, Sales Mgr. BARRETT MACHINE SALES CO., 156 Broadway, N. Y. ii ii:oitni: ii. i.i:mi:vi. teeitj VvrrntiiondHit of Tnr. Sis OkN, ITIISHINO'd HKVKjI'AIITKIIH. NEAR Hon In Massachusetts or any other NAMtqrirA, Mex. (by wireless to Co-1 State. He did say a word about Mexico. however, prompted by a letter he re. ee vi d from John r. Ureenway, tinned i lllder, who has been living in Arizona I for some .vcmts. nrerimay sent him if list of the easii- aitlcs among the Tinted States troop at Naeo. 1 he list contallieil the name of one Killed and seventeen wounded by Me.Nlcan bullet ilurlliE October. Nov em- i ber and liiecniber. UK ' Our liovertinieiit tlld notliuiR what- luinblis, .V. M.K April ':.- Six Vllllstas were hilled ami nlnttcen wounded In' a three hour rtinnllur lluht between h j email dctaclitnetit of Tutted .States cavalrymen under Col. D.i.hl and about LSH :lllst.is under four chiefs, near Tom u hlo. Chihuahua, last Saturday. Col. Dodd's teport, received at Gen. Per-lilnu's head'4iiarti rs to-day, said that two American troopers were killed anil three ununited. Saddler Ralph A Kuvv and Private MORE TROOPS GO TO ATTACK ZAPATA ARMY (ionziili's With Tlioiisinils of SoIiIIoin. Onlrreil (o Tiihi ClIITIIilVllfil. Hver to call the offenders to account. ' j Ollv er Honisliee were Killed, the report said Col, Itoo-evelt. statiil. Tin- wounded .ire miarterin.is- "The f'ollictor of Custom- at Naco u,r S(.,. , u,Ul!t flrlnk ,, .rlVuteil also was wounded and the custom bouse' ll.nrv nnl Tlllntni M'Uhls ua- rlddte.l with bullet. A very tame , 1 1 Vm',h ,PV ' . T, 'T ... f,. it. number of e vlllatis have also been killed ( ol UUI 'fplurc.l twetity-tlve ami wounded r,re. nuay is colnn to try borse. and some tnlscell.ineoiis tna t.. net me ihe fill: list" ' tcrlal, te tter.tiK the bandits and pur- The Colonel will motor into Sew York sulnc them until after dark. to-morrow- to be nn hand for his speech Ills detachment unexpectedly came IP the evening at tne dinner or tne .le!hollr Social Tnlon at the Itlltuinre. He will sp. nd the msht in town and will leave on Friday afternoon fur Chicago, where he is to addre-s the Illinois Har Association on Saturday evening. He has been undergoing dally treatment for h,s cold and expects to keep both spwiking engagement" FORD TO BE PEACE CANDIDATE. I'Hlltli'lnn Think He Will Hon llrfenrr Wins. upon the Vllllstas about -1:30 o'clock In the afternoon, as the bandits were hlduiK In the heart of the Sierras in western Chihuahua. Although out ti bored and their mounts Jaded, the Americans spurred to the attack. The Vllllst.is made a brief stund, but soon scattered. Those not cut down by bul lets escaped lo mountain caves and canyons. Tin- Americans counted six deatl and nineteen wounded Vllllstas. Col IHtdd continued on to Mlu.ica, his base, to await frcs-h supplies. The concentration of Vllllstns under BARS CHECKS ON GERMANY. I'KTr.olT. ArHI 26. A siiccial to the , ,;ons .Cervantes. Itaca. Domlnniier. and lielrolt .VniA by n-oree 1. Miller. Wash- ,w .. ,.,,-h Ihe Atl.erirn ..ll.U hrnli. ti:"1:- . ".- that vuui H. rv Tor.l ,s to run for President on a K'therlno In limit tbl d pa.tv ticket, atfcordltis to the best mountain haunts for a resumptl n of . ..formation I can obtain in Washington, i tin .r cainpalsil 111 othei W.s.ls, the pci.e n-l ailtl . ' I laredness cooperative mov intent will) "I've the old parties a chance." and If' both of them adopt the militaristic plat-i form" and nominate candidates to lit! them tie new partv will be called into1 being In a uitlonal convention approxi mating the Moose gathering In Chicago I.i 1012. That l-'ord ' ihe st choice of the peace party advomtes Is apparent heic His i tin in two Presidential primaries has much to do with this. Hut he has ther elements of strength not possessed tny other possibility. One of th" -,rrir,t Cthlr t'.rntrh m Tnr. Sts Mexico City, Ap II I. Since enrly this moinltig the roves: of Cien (inn r.ates lenia'.n.ng here have beru entrain ing for Cuernavaca, where thej wdl Join in.tnni soldier already theie to storm tlie Zapata stronghold fSen Itonzatex leave.s to-night with staff, having per emptory orders from (!en Libregjn tn take Ciieniacava (len. lioiizales has the rallwa.v woiklng to w'r. .n tlftren n.Ile of thete l!en. ("arranza thionzh the Mil ister of Pinance has abolished the expoit duty on hides and as.i alollshed the 2.1 per cent raise !n salaries of tiovei iimetit employee" conceiled last Pobrtiarv The I'uiistltutlonalist lailway management also aniiounceil that beginning Ma I it would abolish the 3rt to IJ0 pe cent I wise w hich It concedtd to emplnjec Pesos remained at thlrt -evcii to thirty-eight on the dollar. Adolfo de la llucrla, recent Siib.Sei letary of the Interior, was ! ported to have been appointed as Governor of Sonora. PROTEST TO ITALY ASKED. SAYS NORWAY FAVORS AMERICA'S POSITION London to rval expert. Count Krnst zu Ileventlow, 'tic reeognuerl filler Of the lllltl Aiiinean faction, continues to voice t'''rite. antaRonlsit against the Amerl f " liovernment, repri senlliiK Ihe view '.it "Vmeilca cannot hurt us any more ' 'lie alriadv has." and that a war 'Ii America "... .. .... .' I....I ... . a... ..... I.tf t , ,'. ..u.. . u 2 ,t " ' nrliif.1 111 full In most nt tho innmlng. Herman public opinion, which t.t the ti,. Z ... ' i ,.,'i,' f,.r, T, lie-' papers, I beginning was aiou.cl against America f'l' l irinontv, and the last few days I ri'e fej, seen some nf them tone down I'nprra Indorse lleply ' Amerlemi I'rolpul, l.oN-r.o.v, April 21. The Itrltlsh press i strongly aiil'ports the Hrltlsh note In reply to the American protect coneern Corr.NttAoEN. April D, -A prominent Scandinavian who has Just returned from Herlin, w here lie has ise commer. rial and literary connections, savs that ' i.. i.t ... . . ... i 1 1 .ji ii.v.r iigKreesive language most of the Herman newspapers and a lonslderable number of the lending poll tlrl.iii' are convinced that Cjermmy will not gu so far as to permit a diplomatic rupture with America. Thes declare I woudCiiake" t possible' to I l in.erference with neural commerce ' hl tlie Kajs-'r will make a great effort i:l.,,l h. a few- inoiilhs.;by the I'.litente Pollers. 'I he not.' Is . 'r,n"11' ' r' '',k (tlcli inn's I'M'siilt'iil TiinU lti iliiiii liptcniiiiiril l l-'iht tn Kntl. Amrrlenn I'vnrevii Co, to t'nrr.v on llnslnen li Wireless. As a direct rrtilt of the i tiling of the ltntish liovernment placing all nego tiable Instruments destined for bel ligerent countries on the contraband list the American Kxpress' Company has announced Its discontinuance Indefinitely of the sjile nf ehectcs .Ir.'iivn on Austrlri- l t Hungary, tiermany. llulgarla ami Tur- hls prominence In the peace movement 1 K,' similar action was taken hi lly far the most powerful Is his slond- formally by several of the larger bank ing with American labor Tlie iniugti-i houses some time ago. ration In his own works of a social wel-1 Huslness with these countries will be fare plan of such sweeping ebmacter is I carried on by tlie ixpress company gencially believed by labor to mark a through wireless and "lelteis ot delega new era for the under man in this conn- tlon," orders Instructing correspondent t y Hryttn would he a favorite also I hanks, in the countries affected to pay weie lie not entangled with piohlbltlon, i to ceitiiln indiv liluals spccltl.-.l sums of tne tariff and othei issue", money Such letter" ate not negotiable If iiifoiinitlon is collect tlie fallute Instiiimeoi- and It Is believed that the Impression I'. rio. II Into ( llUenn I hnrueil. 'asiiinc.t..s. April 'J''..--Itcprrscnta-ttve Sicgel of .New York "vx ill ui-U tlie State department to take up with the Italian liovernment the alleged im pressment of American citizens into the Italian army Mr, Slegel s.1,,1 pi-dav that lie had te elied protests stating that M-vrn Am. rl can citizens bad been forced to do mill- Inrr .I.,,,' .S!n,,, ,.f fl 1 ... , , ' AMItI. can iltlzens of Italian p.nentage born in the Tnlted Stales, who have been pur suing att studies In Uonie. PHOTOGRAPH not ,f troniui lint fin intuitu OF MEN x576 HFTH AV rnrt kingof ihe oi.I pohtnal p.uties to iicoiilze tie peace and nntl-prcJ.areiliicsN .senti ment of the louutry will be the signal for a national demonstration xvhlrh will ' llrltlsh i iov eminent will not inlerfeie with their passage It was U ,11 nt. I .veslerday that several of the large hanking houses In the finan- be as great as ample means and plentylel.il district which noimally do a large oi followers can make It i oreign exchange nusiiies" with tier t 'ir viicifetoiisness considerably, Tlx Mew l gradually gaining giound ! many tli.it 11 refusal of the Amer- .n il.-mainjH would be welcomed by 'nr inj - enemies, pal tieularly by ICng 'tnd, aii.i that for tills very reiu-on .rviiiig should he done to come to Tho Pnily Cluntiirlr says; has liecome conslilei.ihly calmer, and no The reply Is a well ic.isoned, well tnorc warilKn tali; Is heard on the streets documented argument and throws valu- , "r ln private circles. now from that of the first days of the war, when secret diplomacy dictated the course of events He siys further: Most of us would consider It a great tu.di t-Miidliig with the I 'lilted StateH. good fortune if It could be made po"lhle to proieci Jl.'il.-eai.ie il ti uilt-i ni.iu.'ll and children from death in the waves, to Insure the rights of neutrals against tnlstakis, and In every case to fultll the commandments for the protection of humanity, which suffers so severely In war times. "1 .titer the hones of the Allies. A 'im g the fdltors who during the last 'ii .his i,ne ,een giadilally converted t' ttii view Is Theodor Wolff, editor In ' " "f " tie llrrlinrr T"l'tilntl , one of ' m -oiiKt newspaiur In CiCi nmny. Wftff tills uioinllig pllbls.lies u i mpre'ienslve article dealing wltli th" 'i'rtrirtii. American crlel-, tho keynolo of 'lil h .s that a breach between the two ' 'jri'iir iiiiit .e avoided If possible '"-n ii. ac eplabie basis, lllil nl llejolce. ' "Stories, published In tho Kntente prei that following the sinking of the laisl t.it.la and In jdmllar cases all Germany lanced and lejolced are n tremendous .Nut I'reiiieilliaieil." ' mistake. Numerous Hermans rertaini: ii. . ....... , . , . were moved by entirely iiirteren: senti- (..cits out 1 1 in t it is unjust for "'"; 'l;""r ' A-tKn , s to take the Hew that Ucr-, ' rrnkfurlrr Zrltunp's Rerlll. cor- 'i , uhmar ties ar- fettiiig out wllh ' nn,,llti i-, is In close touch with e '!' '..rate Inteniloii of Hnkhig lieu- , , , rr0 ,,,rH , p)pPr this vh in a preconsldeied manlier and 1 ' ""' " ' . t'l'MiH.K. of m.'lliKds laid doAn for I "'..,. ,,,i ,., surrender hone that a nC'hng that this view Is sliggeited 1 break with America can bo averted with .' Pres., lent ll'llunn'w i.r.ln. I' H'.iild he a mistake, however," l.'lltoi V..lf e..ph:sj2;.i, "tu UhfiWer i -tr-.i vs 'ii !- wltli sharp words," Kiev l.ossll.illlv of unltiliir Hie Inc. "( f mbm. nines with Ihe protection ."' ,.c,p(i to deliver the final blow ' eahle lives and neutral property, , icrmany, and can hardly be l,(' l.0lt'-. onl. un.il.l be ivelpontn lo a .Inllenplnfr II." The lat- i :i ...i... ter sas iieiiuoiij . n ultra pessimistic view of the situa tion Is lakeit b the TtlcpHchc .'!!!!(! Mhnu and the prutsrhr Twcs:rltun(i. The former says tnai - i resiuem nnn.ii letvt.o.s, April !. "HritAln'n deter mination to fight tlie war to a victorious end is uiitnislakable. Hven the paclllsts are convlnceil that by no other means is It possible to obtain a lasting peaco for tlie future. Tlie statesmen as well as the people believe they are fighting for the bbeity of the world and for humane idcala. They pensive In Prussian mili tarism a danger Involving the l.rutallz- 1 lug of mankind," In tlie.se woids J.-han Castberg, presl ! ilenl ot the Norwegian Odelstlng, one of I the two Iidiim'S. forming the Norwegian, I Storthing, bummed up to-day his lm ipicsslons alter a visit lo the llrlthh I II out and to London. "Willie staylnK In Imdon," he con liniitd, "I wan iccelved by Cabinet Mluistcis and proiiilneut iolitlcliin of all pal ties aiul I gained the inoAt favoiablo ItniuesHlon of llrltlbh Rood will toward neutral Scaiullnavld. Any desire to drag tlio small natlono around tho North Sea Into ihe war is far from the minds ot the Hrltlsh. "No responsible veison hero thinks of crushing the Herman people either jiolltl i ally or commercially, tin tin) contrary, it Is believed that If the military machine lh deieateil the Herman people will lc.uu I lo nudeihtHiid that It Is not their clur Islied military Idol Hint keeps the nation Mife, that real safety Hit, in the main- i,r lile I. I,l.'.lu .if lll.url.' i. it. I iuarter.1 to-day for the all important i im, ,. Tho fnlrd party idea sun dwells In the background. Hut it Is not afe to place a big discount on the logic of the .iiguimnt that ran lm brought In sup port of such a movement You can be. Il'vo me that the politicians here do pot discount It, They shake as wllh a alsy xv henever the thing Is mentioned, and tho sole comfort tiey can extract from tlie rltuatlon which they know m.ii d.velop Is that the Mill. I party would cut Into one of 'lie old parties as deeply as Into tlie other. many have discontinued altogether for the tlmo being operations In marks ow ing to the difficult situation existing be tweeu liermany and this country In connection with the action of thesn hanks it was pointed out that the market in Herman exchange has been so slight and Irregular as to offer very little protlt and that many bankers felt that I they would much better stay out of It until they were more certain where this country and Hermany would stand In re 1 latlon lo each other. DUEL 13.000 FEET IN AIR. T re ii eh Aeroplane Dummies Zep pelin In spirited lln 1 1 Paris, April 2'. A Zeppelin was d im aged at .1 o'clock this morning In a duel i n.ninl feet in the nlr with a 1 reiuli 1 .eionlane ofT Zeeln llgg. on til.' Itelglap , . 1st Til" aetoplane tiled te OlCelidl.lt'V shells at the Zeppel n which although damaged managed to csr.pc Another I'r. nch aeroplane .it the same time dropped bombs on a Herman tor pedo boat off Ostein!. Pilling a battle in tlie nlr ibove l.unevllle, Prance, a Ger man Pokker was biought down, TABLE WMpS "Hi! MR. STILLMAN AIDS TRANCE. llitiiUer 'I'li.U sll.n.lii fur Itellel of old ler' VA Idoivs. Sf.fti.it t'il: ifti.r i. ' , 1 . i ... Nu-i:, pril jr. A . 'i. f. r ihooiki frail.'" IfM, I his b s.-i t 1 linir Sliliinan. the New Y"i l l..ni lo the, Piefect of the Alj.es. Mai i 1 1. part ment for the rel'.f of w:d..ws of m.I dlers killed in ..tt..ti who l.ave three or more small children. The Pat-is I. thru, envied I ie il.i.. of Mr. St'll'iian's ,' II wit1. i.e publia- ti.. ..f He I '. t. i t 'inl'i. '.i)i" I it '. ,e I. . 'i ' c w . ics to :is .'nit' hi oeif w in t e Presi-b nt en.'i g. t .- a' I oi. Seven 1 oil r gifts to Mitiitmns h i been made b M- St ll nan nrcen" 'ie cave t 'i' "no t t .. nrl.ai i;.-i.f CI' .11 "IB 1 l"ll ' i ' Par, CHANCELLOR BACK TO FRONT TO SEE KAISER Hi'tliiiiiiiiii-lldllwt'"; nn (I Atl ininil Kxpcclcil (o Kctiirii h.v Km! of Wcok. Iti:iii.i:, April 21. Chancellor Numerous Hermans certainly I """inianu.Hnlltteg and Admiral Holtzeiiiloiff, chief of the Admiralty statT, nrrlve.l at the Kaiser's field head- von von Broadway at 34th Street leririHrii conference on the Herman-American crisis, Thn Chancellor Is expected to rcliirn by the end of the week, perhaps bring, lug a rough draft nf Herman) 'a reply. The varying opinions in thn Herman press over the Ameiicati ilemaiiilM be came more pronounced tn.tlay. The Yontihrhr Zrltuni) led that portion of Ihe press urging every effort to preserve frlejiilly relations with America. Count This tccllng on the jiart of the Hritish that they aie lighting for the cause ot humanity prevents the nation from jicld. lug to the temptation to retulinti. for the air ntul suhnfcii'lno wiirfain against noii-i-ombatiiuts. Such retaliation In re jected oil lll'.l.ll Kioiltnls. Milli.ll incn as wtdl as the nation Itself arc all re scind that Hrltitln shall light to the bitter end with clean hands. "With regard to tho feeling; In Norway concerning America's attitude toward the. war, disappointment was felt In some 'Ii would be welcome to us even If the ,., mir decision our own Interests vo Iteventlovv, demanding that Hermany quarters boenus.i America did not take a ..i uie i iuii'.i mine ... . rt1, wn, mi.u , ..,,.,., tI1,p turtuer concesnons, atgiied that , tionger staiid In the submarine ones- d li. 'letnnii.J to llerlln, Hen U o ff n,jM RUldo us Neither anger about ,f lP ,,.mitH ,i t, Tidied Stalest tlon foi the ilghls ut luim.inll iiid .f same nine n o.j Amerlenti met nor rxags". ... "'"'--1 seizes Interned Herman ships, a Herman' neutrals, The people of Norway looked victory nt the end of the war will more' upon Anieilca as the champion of the than restore the lost ships. If Hermany nouiials and hoped that In this war bo witiniies "if at the i-aile possible to hinder a war belwemi jmm f ., sen of national honor should t.frniuiv and Atneilca tills wniflil seem . i im." -- ii. . . .. ,. I he 7(if;e!eiiiiu rrirn i" u"- m.h.i I'l Us :i .rxul iruln VV',, itn mil sb.'irn con ejiUon that Anierlca'i hostility ouM truly be divinely good fortune for U " , .ishogtou. In Ihe opinion of the '"C'M.iM h editor, "must rejllze that ''ber ihx'.isblon still Is possible In Oer- "ny" lie adds that there Is no rcasun 'J nih into any decision, and points out ""t ihe international itatus la different u .u "a voiiiiK Ht.lte. which believes It can take away tho breath of un older State which for about two years has fought f"r Ms life ugalnst a threefold superiority Concluding, the pnprr nvrerti the "i nuns State" dishonors Itself by t n'reent atanrl, "and will one day car talnly be aihamed of lis action." , Is beaten, Itevejillow argueil, nhe will lose as many uhlps us aru now in Ainerl can liarliorH anyway. There Is a growing feeling lirro that Hi. 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