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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1915.
SEVEN GERMANY ArJGR y OVER DETENTION OF FOODSTUFFS Embassador Bernstorff Dis cusses With Secretary of State Bryan Seizure of Steamer Wilhelmina, IM. I !.. n 1,1.3 lurKo wnnotit a prize court H Is generally be- oc.i nun mo avoidance of such a decision Would UP a relief tn i.1l nunr. tern concerned because of the danger -niiiiMiiii)f it precedent form re Biirdlu.T foodstuffs designed f..r civil IllIlM Of lHlllKTllt countries II h ubso Into rontrulmnd, Hrltlsh officials nt first wore post ...m ui,, uneiminus carso "uwi.i ki wiroumi ,i liriXQ court, ilt liuw they nay ll In uncertain what course will bo tuken pcndinit an In VcstiRution. The owners of the vessel nt first usked the mime price for the cargo its they would have received for it In tlermany. The American com mission wan unwilling iu pay this amount. The Wilhelmina will proceed to Rrlstol channel hm noon us it 1m possl ble to repair the damage ch lined by the heavy weather experienced during the voyage across the Atlantic from New York. cauuo to hk soij for iii;i.(;i.x kfxikf London, Feb, 13 (2:52 p.m.) There i every indication in London today that the cargo of foodstuffs on the American steamship Wilhelmina, now in Falmouth harbor, will not go through a prize court but will be sold to the American commission for relief in Kclgium. While the cargo still Is In charge of the customs officials, the British gov ernment offers no objection to the GRAY FOLKS Gray, Failed, Sti-cukcd JIair Darkened. Slops I'nlling Hair. Ixiok Young! Here's an opportunity to try the ef fect of a harmless preparation called Q-Uan '.Hair Color Kestorer on your l.air and scalp with the guarantee of a reliable dealer that it won't coat you one cent unless It beautifully darkens your hair and promotes its growth. Simply apply Q-Eian, like a shampoo, to hair and scalp. It acts 011 the hair roots so the gray disap pears and the hair is beautifully and quickly darkened so evenly, natura'ly and thoroughly that no one cun tell It has been used. Jn addition W-Ban tops itching scalp, dandruff and fall ing hair, and makes the hair thicK, fluffy, soft, lustrous, beautifully dark and abundant. Q-Uan is not sticky or mesf,y, but Is a clean liquid. Try It- Darkens hair when all ehse fails. Only 60c for a big 7rOZ. bottle at I'utt'Mnc. Drug Stores, Albuquerque. N. M. Out-of-town people supplied IT. mail. (Advt.). V MORNIN9 JOURNAL tPCCIAL IK4H0 WIN! Washington, Feb, 13. The import ance which the German government attaches to me- unrestricted shipment of foodstuffs for Its civilian popula tion was emphasized at the state de partment today by fount von llern sturff, the German ambassador, who conferred with both Secretary Hryan and Counsellor Lansing. While no formal statement regarding the am bassador's call was Issued by the de partment, it was said afterwards that he had hinted that warfare on tnerelmnt shipping might be relaxed if Germany could be assured of a continuous food supply for her non cuil'.batailt population. Mt of Itclullallon. The position of the German gov ernment, it was explained, is that the proclamation of a war zone and cam ps Ign against enemy merchant ships was simply 11 retaliation against Eng land's alleged violation of the decla ration of 1-onilon In hindering comli- tlcmal contraband destined for civi lians from reaching Germany. This, iiecordlng to tho German ambassador, is no less inhumane than the cam paign on merchant vessels. onicials admitted Informally that the American note to Germany ,was open to the construction that no ves sels, either belligerent or neutral, should be sunk unless previously visited with opportunity given for the taking off of passengers. It was re iterated that while the rules of In ternational law clearly compelled such steps to Insure the safety of non-combatants, traveling at sea, the position taken was based largely on humanitarian grounds. Warning a IVIcndly One. An official who assisted in the preparation of the American nolo to Germany, pointed out that the strong warning tone of the communication was not intended as a threat, but in reality was a friendly act, done in a Miirit of precaution lest the sinking of an American vessel with Ameri cans aboard inflame public opinion in the L'nited States to a degree which could not bo estimated in ad vmioe. The German ambassador, It is un derstood, did not discuss the inten tions of his government In connec tion with the announced campaigns on merchant ships, but confined him self to explaining at length the Ger man point of view on conditional con traband. He holds that the l'nited Slates in contending for a strict ob servance of the rights of neutrals, should interest itself in seeing that conditional contraband is not held up 011 the high seas. The rules of inter national law even previous to tho declaration of London, the German ambassador was understood to have pointed out, require proof that the articles, -ii.rii.- destined to belligerent forces. iuui'nnucs l'ropc-r I'so of Food. Tho ambassador said the German government had given assurances, and also hud modified its decrees, so that imported foodstuffs would not be appropriated by tho army. The German government is also willing to permit American consular officers to witness the sale and distribution of such foodstuffs to determine whether or not they actually are reaching the civil population of Germany. The ambassador discussed to some extent the case of the Wilhelmina, an American steamer, seized by Great Ili'ilain on Its Journey to Germany with foodstuffs. Ho believes the American government should take an interest In the safe delivery of the cargo to Germany. No formal action lias been taken by the state depart ment beyond requesting Great IJrit nin to postpone prise court proceed ings until the owners of the vessel, who hare submitted a brief to the department, are enabled to discuss the tuso further here. Treat It Fully In Ilcply. The question of cargoes such as that, of the Wilhelmina, which were shipped before the German decree, taking over the national food supply became, effective, probably will be covered fully in the American reply to the Jtt-ilish note now being trans mitted from London and dealing Willi the general subject of neutral com merce. Most of the eftminunicat Ion has been deciphered and it is under Htoil to be full of statistics. Uoth Ambassadors Page and Ger ard sent brief messages to tho state department today declaring they hart presented the respective com munications to the British and Ger man foreign offices. They did not add any comment as to the manner of reception of the notes. PEACE SUNDAY TO BE OBSERVED TODAY ! MOftNINtl JOURNAL (PICIAL LtUlO WIM) New York, Feb. 1 3. Tomorrow, the Sunday nearest to the date of the ratification of the treaty of Ghent, celebration rervlces over tho comple tion of a c ntury of peace between the I'ni.ed States and the British empire will be held in nearly 101), 000 places of worship In the l'nited States and Canada, the American Pence Ceiitenniary committee an '.ouneed tonight. Exercises in the Sunday schools of the United States and Canada will also relate to the peace ceiitenniary. llll.ard Italics In Lincoln, Neb., Feb. snow and wind storm western and central Nebraska. 13. A violent in the north parts of Ne braska tonight threatens to tie up railroad traffic and put telephone lines out of service. At Alliance there was two feet of snow which drifted badly delaying traffic. At other points rain turned to sleet and pros trated the telephone and telegraph wires. NATIVE POLICE AND AMERICAN SOLDIERS RIOT Where to Worship Today 1ST. JOHN'S CUt'ftCll. Corner Fourth street and Weil Bllvcr avenue. Itev. William E. Warren. D. D.. rector; realdoneo, 130!) West TIJerai avenue. Qiiiiiquageslniu Sunday. Holy F.uchuritit, 7 a. m.' Holy Eucharist, 0 a. 111. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. Ash Wednesday services: Holy Eu charist and service of the (lay, lo a. 111.; evening; service, 7:S0 o'clock, YFSI'F.K hlM It'FS. Hodey Hall, L'niversily Hill. February 14, 1913, 4 p. m. Piano voluntary, "Venltlenue," (Oislard), E. Stanley Seder. Hymn No, 4, Invocation, followed by chant, Lord's prayer. Duct. "Forever With the Lord." (Gounod), It. T. Sewell, E. Stunley Seder. Quartet, "The King of l.ove My Shepherd Is." (Gounod), V. X. M. brass quartet. Solo. "The Day Is Ended," (Uart lull). .Mrs. Elizabeth it. Bradford. Itesponslve reading, 1 Gloria. I Anthem, "Saviour. When Night In volves the Kkles." (Shelley), Vesper j choir, baritone solo, by It. T. Sewcll. i Address by the Itev. Edward 1. i Schueler, pastor Lutheran church. Cornet and horn duet, "The lru is My Shepherd." iSmurt), C. H. Clarke, j It. W. Humes. Hymn No. 98. I Henedlction. j Poatlude. i Just How Many Causalties Re sulted From Encounter Is' Unknown; More Trouble Is' Feared by Authorities, V MOHNINfl JOU1NAI. SPBCIAL LIAMD WIRI' Panama, Feb. 13. A light between soldiers and native policemen here lute tonight resulted, according to llrst reports of the conflict. In the deaths of live policemen and three soldiers and the wounding of many of the combntants. A carnival is in progress and many soldiers wero on leave to attend tho festivity. The light started in a resort In the tenderloin district, following an arg ument. Police reserves were called t)r and hurfTed to the scelio. The American military authorities also took an active part in seeking to pre vent further trouble, lirigudier Gen eral Clarence It. Edwards, command er of the Canal Cone forces, pro ceeded in person to the scene. The actual number of dead and wounded was unknown at the time of the filing of this dispatch midnight. The entire city was greatly disturbed and further trouble was feared, al though precautions had been tuketl lo prevent more lighting. During the past few days minor troubles haye arisen several limes between American soldiers and sail ors and the Panama police. CFXTKAL AVF.M F M. II. t'HCHCH, SOUTH. Corner Central Avenue and Arno St. T. li. Lallance, Pastor, Sunday school, 9;4r a. m. Preaching by the pastor. It a. tn., 1 subject, "The Second Coming ol I Christ." Epworth league, fi:3fl p. ni., subject, "Winsome to Win Some." Preaching by the pnsU.r, 7:30 p. nt., subject. "God Will Judge." I Tuesday, 3 p. m., Woman Mission. ary society ut the church. j Trayer meeting and lilble Btuiy, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. FIHST IIAPTIST miTlCH. Corner Hroadway and Lead Avenue. C. T. Taylor, pastor, 306 South Wal ter street; phone 1S05. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, "The Relation of Church Members to Each Other." Evening theme, "llepentance A Dl ble Study." r'l'.nday school at 9:45 a. m. 1 Junior H. Y. P. U. and Sunbeam ( society, 3 p. m. Senior It. Y. P. U 6:30 p. m. Mitsion Sunday school. Sevenlh ; street and Mountain road, 3 p. rn. ; Prayer meeting Wednesday ut 7:30 p. in. Ladles' Aid and Missionary society' TIiuijhIu.v, 2:30 p. tn., with Mrs. Woif, j 513 West Marquette avenue. 1 CIIIUSTJAV SC1KNCE SOCIETY. Christian Science services aro held In the Woman's club building, at tho corner of Seventh street and Gold ave nue, every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesduy evening services1 are at 8 o'clock. The public Is cordially luvltcd to at tend these services. Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock. Heading room in the N. T. Armljo Bulldlnf, room No. 18, open each week day from 2 to 6 p. in. FHIST rilFSHYTFIUAV CJiritCU. 1 Corner Fifth and Silver. ! Hugh A. Cooper, Pastor. j Chauncey A. Foreman, Associate Pastor. ; Sunday school, 9:45 a. tn. j Morning worship, 11 o'clock. j Evening worship, 7:4 5 o'clock. Mrs. E. L. Bradford will sing a solo at each 'service. 1 C. E. society meets at 6:45 p. m. King's Daughters meet with Miss ' Mordy, Friday evening. Tho Woman's Missionary society I meets in the church Thursday after- j noon. 1 DIAMOND TIRES AND 'FAIR LIST' PRICES .1. F. Lanier, control manager for Diamond Tires in this territory an nounces: Diamond Tires will be sold iu accordance with the "Fair-List" price plan. This is in furtherance of the effort to establish a fair basis upon which tire sales may be estab lisheda basis that will bo fair to producer, dealer and consumer alike. It is not a price cutting war in volving manufacturers, either. Knth cr it is said to be an effort on the part of the tiro men to protect the consumer from concerns which slash prices indiscriminately so that the buyer is puzzled to know whether he Is croiniio- tint bpst or the worst of it. Hy I M M ACIF.ATF. OX( I OPTION. Sodality mass, 7:00 a. m. Children's muss, 8:15 a. tn. High mass and sermon, 10:00 R. m. Vespers, Instruction and benediction 7:30 p, 111. tho tire manufacturers tuklng the bull i.v- Hi., hums, us it were, and making substantial reductions in the retail list it is thought that the interests of the owner will bo better conserved and that there will be a better feeling be tween the man who makes the tires u,..i ihu mim who owns the car. Automobile dealers declare this latest move on the part of the tire In dustry will be. a big boom for their business as it will encourage those "prospects'' who have been some what backward in coming forward becuuse of fear of tire expense. One dealer said today that already he could notice tho influence of tho re duction on those who came into his store to inspect the 1915 cars. Good dealers everywhere are co operating to handle Diamond Tires on a "Fair-List" basis. The records of Diamond Service for 1914 show that more than 99 per cent of the many thousands of 'Diamond Tires sold lasted much longer went much farther than the guarantee called for. . More than 9!) per cent of the hun dreds of thousands of Diamond Tlre in use last year gave more mileage than the purchasers paid for. Every mile beyond that which the buver expiated was velvet for him. In addition to the extraordinary mileage and freedom from trouble that you get in Diamond Thread Tires, you can now buy them at the following "FAIK-Ll ST" Diamond Squeegee t 9.45 12.20 : 14.00 20.00 PU1CES: Diamond Squeegee $20.35 28. TO 33.90 4ti.00 will be Size 34x4 36x4' 37x5 3Sx5 i Size. 30x3 30x3 2 32x3 Vj a .1 v 4 tIia Diamond "Fair-List" published throughout the country, so that ever.v tire purchaser will know the exuct'price.of the tires he desires to buy. There will be no occasion for "bargaining" or "haggling." Every purchaser will know that he Is get ting his tires for exactly the same price his neighbor pays, and every dealer will be on an even footing with other dealers. In other words, and to create a paradox, there w ill be a square deal all around. FIHST METHOniST EPISCOPAL ClltltCIf. Corner Icad avenue und South Third street. Charles Oscar llecknian, pastor; residence 411 South Third street. Miss Edith Gorby, deaconess. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. This .Sunday begins tile second week of special meetings. .Morning Ihcine, "The Alost Precious Word In the IJible." Evening subject, "What Every Man Desires to Know." Wo will have the chorus choir ut both the morning and evening hours and they will render speclul music. Sunday school lr.ecls at 9:15 a. m. Epworth leugue, 6:30 p. m. GEUMAX EVANGELICAL Ll'TH KH AN tlllHCII. Carl Schmidt, Pastor. Corner of Edith street and Central avenue, in tho Library building. Sunday school, 10 n. m. Holy communion, II a. m. All wishing t0 partake arc kindly request ed to hand In their names before the service. Since the Lutheran confer ence of New Mexico is In session here the visiting ministers will occupy the pulpit. Kev. Y. H. C. Lleck of Lo gan, X. M., will deliver the confes sional address; Itev. P. Krelzehmnr of Optimo, X. M will preach the German sermon. In the evening at 7:30 Itev. P. lWrkipann of El Paso, Tex., will preach an English sermon. i At'L'S EVANGELICAL LUTII :EHA Clllilteif. Corner Silver and Sixth. ; Edward P. Schueler, D. D., pastor; j parsonage, 306 South Sixth street; 1 phone, 1693. j .We will use Wednesday evening for the next six weeks for a Inten devo- tional service for the whole congre-1 gation. The pastor will give a course I of lectures based on the catechism, covering tho grtxt evangelical doc-j trines. The first of these services j next Wednesday evening at 7:45 j o'clock. it was expected that Rev. J. I, F,e-j der of the Antl-salnon league would , sneak on Sunday mr,,hig, but this. appointment has been recalled. The1 pastor will preach morning and even-! ing. Morning theme, "Our Marehtrig orders;" evening, "A More Excellent! Way." j Sunday school, 9:45 a. tn., in charge of Frank C. Keefer. 1 At 6:30 the Endeavor prayer meet-1 Ing, In charge of C. E. Krnemer. and Norman Timms. Topic, "Solid Foun-j dations of Life." 1 ST. Weeks' Break-Up-A-Cold Tablets A guaranteed remedy for Colds and Ia Grippe Prlro ?5c cf your dnir.p.i d. It's stl. Tahtt uotliluj .jalp.''Adyw, 1 a (SALE CONTINUED A FEW DAYS LONGER) of the Great Piano Sale Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! This mammoth Piano Sale will come to a close Saturduy night at 10 o'clock. Pianos are selling as fas! as wo can wail upon each cus tomer. We have been completely taken off our feet at times. Pianos thai you have been accustomed to paying Jl'.ir, to f.luu for can be bought here for Jx7. and on terms that .1 newsboy could meet. If you ate coiileinpl.it Ing the purchase of a Piano, lo not wait one minute, but come now. Thousands of dollars' worth of beautiful Pianos must bo sold at unco regardlest of price or value. 1 - Ann SjlJ PI Another Cut IN Piano Prices UPRIGHT PIANOS AT $67 up 3 -1 1 i ? ' ' ' - ' . V Tf Used Pianos $5.00 Down $1.25 a Week Up. at 1 . M. . 1 1 i. j. V f 11 Out of Town Purchasers Attention Make this your headquarters while in Albuquerque, lioii'l take our word lor this sale, but come In and see for onrself. Fine Pianos ran be bought for ulmoK noth ing. Pianos that are worth from $350 up can now be purchased at your own price and terms. Just pass by 206 W. Gold avenue and tho dozens of people taking advantage of J.his sale. Tills sale has created a sensation In Albuquerque that will bn hard to equal. People have come in droves to our store. At times we have been so crowded wo could not begin to wait uiwK the enormous crowds. Dun'CVay '" cant afford it until you see how far a few dollars will go. This Is your one best bet. Procrastination is the thief of time. Tomorrow novr conies. Act now. It Is up to you. VP I 'A t ' j" Knabc . . . French . . Ruhlfing . . Ivcrs & Pond Crown . . W. L. Weaver Gerhard . . Chase . . . $85 $92 $115 $167 $297 $127 $185 $145 m ..r-'' wi 'nt .x-w -N..3' xr jar-j ( fifr nv . . r 'r4.rff drjJ V'.K W; V.,ti' ' ' Our Doors Will Close Saturday Nicht We Must Dispose of This Mammoth Stock of Pianos by That Time Every Piano Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost or Value This is Strom? laiiRiiutjo, but we mean it emphatically, and in our de termination to. close out this stock we will make prices and terms (hut are absolutely unheard of. K AKK ItKV'oU Tl iMZf-V. TIIH PIANO IirSlNFSS IN AlJ'.l'gt'KHijrK. We are orfelliiK new I'ianos at prices posltivelv less than wholesale cost. Von inishl ask us why wo do this. We are compelled to do II we ale qulltlm? business, and this stock of Pianos must be sold. These Pianos must be sold if e have to auction them off. It Takes Nerve to Sell Pianos as Ve Sell Them The ritual of this Piano Salu will never occur in the I'liiled Mlatcs. H is only once iu a lifetime that people are offered such rare opportuni ties. We have completely overshadowed any attempt ever made by any house in this entile country. Just lliiuKlne, If you can, the Idea of selliiiH new Pianos at prices ruiiRlntf from $N7 up and on tonus as low ns 1 fo; a day if necessary. Do not say you cannot afford it. Take the bull by. the horns. The thinns we appreciate the inosl are the things we llKht the hardest, lo obtain, t'ome down and talk the mailer over with us. MAKK I S- AN' OKI-Kit AM) IF IT IS WITHIN TIIK ItliHNHS F JtliASiiN WK Wild, AtrCKPT IT. ImiiHtnu the eMreiiies we are Kolntf to, to sell this mammoth stock, f f r -(iv fK. hs fr( 32.50 W 3.00 M0 I ? Per Week I J, ' Per Week j 1 " Week I j 11 - -r$z&sA "'-"-f rrrz. POND CROWN IVERS & KNABE SQUARE PLAYER 'I hi- Siilo Will P.oOwr si day MKM. Van Will lb- Tim I.atc If V on ul Much I.oi.aer. iti;.i i.i;T t)sii)i:u t o.n -aki. u i now EARNARD KB LINDEMAN 206 West Gold Avenue 1