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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1915.
THREE THE SHADY SIDE OF NEUTRALITY IS I ubor Lities of bcandiiiavia OlIUW CViticiK-ro ui Willi ness to Trade in Cont d With BelliswtMits. 'INDIGNITIES TO FLAG PRODUCTIVE OF CANT f)f Ul l3Ut Business in Rlithelv On, , JAMBS O'DONKKI.t BKNXBTT.) . , lt hi St: U' ?W Chleage Tribune.) ipenhagen, Denmark, July 30.---Iif great port i ines of the Bean vian peninsula ami d( Denmark behold the shady side of nentral Kvrybody solemnly talks cant it "indignities to our flag and ace to our shipping,'' ami cvery . ..loiiioiw iiliihelv to make iej by selling contrgband, Prom!"1 idhjem to Copeahagen the traffic Ba v. . in the fare nf enormous risks!"1 fr and property. Though Hi1, in ii.it inssev are made much of in,'01 SHOWN III GREA PORTS OF NORTH a- .w .. ...i.lure.l in Drivateleven I., want to learn i mi eiuanuiut thai is mote t Kor these losses, in the final sd. .1,, ' matt, is: are home by the j rrlng nations. Vessel owners and Ippers pay heavy rates of Insurance, i these. Charges are covered by the Inordinary advance in rates which, I nj have imposed upon the eonsinn- The Insurance companies in their I in stand up under their losses he- UH they make owners pay in pro- j rtion to the risk. j If i vessel has a safe voyage and t livers its contraband, the profits for ssel and cargo owners are well be - lid the d reams of avarice. If vi ssel d cargo go to the bottom of the nil sea the Insurance oompanlag hut the insurance companies ..' ,.;.. r.iii . . ... 1 1 ii t ,,r ihe chance. Would Pan fchucsslvc I'l'lccs. if the Warrlni; nations l-.ni,'- ; the west and Russia on the: laterial consigned i them, they are Rlad to pay five net what the value ot that material I is a ve, tr ago, .hitminir n cent who returned to I Ken from Newcastle a few days I Who I ' his ! Partli ular lb ghatlon of it required I lu arers. "liut." he gdded, turning lo s veg sel owner, "your rates are terrilic! "Ves," said the owner, "hut you know what coal costs in these times, i You iilso understand belter than mOgt j 'pie the risks ol Hie traffic. 'le truth is that both men ai'o en- ilj satisfied with the present b" inal conditions, but the protest had I'e made as a matter of business m. .arm- as arc the profits from corn ice with the allies. Shipping POO who are Wilting to look a little (her ahead than the instant trou- snd the immediate guinea are be ning lo be appalled at their own iiKlils on what the result of the 1 continues many more months It have but one result and that re will bo starvation prices Already i fur certain goods have ranch 'i s never heard of before." Waste Only Incident. , i ii dents like this happen, and it is i alive of the I hinted stale of th ..lit ind that the horrid waste in- , as regarded only as an inci-i til: A submarine met the Not we an vessel Vega, hound from Bergen Newcastle, and ordered it to stop. "e commander of the submarine .me aboard the Vega ami looked 11 sr, with the result that there went I" the North sea. ''lie hundred and sixty cases of sal- I'our thousand cases of sardines, Bight hundred cases of butter. The crew worked from II o'clock in morning until s throwing the pro lom overboard, Within a few hours of this incident Venus, bound from Kngland to orwsy, was stopped by a submarine "i looked over lis passenger list la uded sixty-five Russians Who had 'en living in Canada and were re ining to Kussia lo join the army. A'e you going to make prisoners'.'" ked the captain of the Venus. ".N'o," said the German officer, we win meet them in Russia soon '"Ugh. We will not bother them W." And he laughed As a result his decision, the Venus, instead of aig sent to Germany with its Rus ens, went on its way to llergen. Precisely the same treatment has ' n accorded scores of French and agllsh passengers faring on Norwe n boatg across the North sea. Tell Troubles to ( a plains. I'or some reason everybody sefrns I regard the captains of merchant iSSSlg as being so thoroughly neutral it it is safe to confide everything to 'hem. The COnaeUence is that these good natured, laconic men are the re cipients of long accounts ol the uns 'lies, hopes, fears and troubles of In the Scandinavian and Danish rts. therefore, n good deal of inter 'ing information on the state of nf Its in Kussia and Kngland can be ' ki d up. Some of this information in lie believed; some of it is founded dv on panic or on bravado, There Is a constant streuin ot these aaeeengers Some arc Fit-no iln he been Sflll lm in Ml Frame to jmn the arm . Thi . sad it nil aWtlOHa Mary at, I laired nun with families, one A anther day a Russian presented himself at ihe oftii ,.i .1 steamship company IB DWglU at an hum w hen j lint mult 1 stand. lit wax then dressed 111 tlerman. whereupon. ...I official ot th.- Whi The Itussiun had. kowmr, sen much of 1)11' terrorism attending 1 MPprMMton id the i'.t-nuali langua j ill Kussia thai he was al fust all to. speak the language even 111 I neutral country. led from the vessel Oft pi selves. A vessel owner said this men who reported him: company's office tins wee captain, what is the sitnuti, land'.- n't believe tiny will I Ens un spoke without a trace ol lie was merely giving his em e iiesi information he had xtromelv significant state ram ploy, So mi nts were made by English tner i hams ,,n their way hack to Rnglam from Kussia. one had delivered Large consignment of motorcycles ti machl t only did tiny seem loo doll to inythlng but they didn't seem 1 hnve vi l liulr diuiiit that most of the motorcy- 1 delivered in Russia will have been broken before l net back to England. It's hopeless." "Well, and what do you care?" de manded a neutral of not too fine riber, You got your money, didn't you?" "Teg, said the Englishman, "i got my money. Bluer mas over Russia's lotion, Hut he did Seem to Ogre. Much bad feeling is caused bv the action of the Russian government in not permitting aliens who have been JresldeiM in the empire to lake more 1 than (00 roubles with them on de-jle nurture. This rule w as applied to the j French thd continued In force until t the Breoch government made trouble I about it. It has nev er been apple t! I to the Knclish. i leatd an Interesting stors lust ttsl" I was leavnn, i:eiKen. line of the big Bergen companies has bough! a Qer - man - owned merch taken it over, even though by thejli've New Mexico is better oil In Ban j busy laws of war the purahaseri cannot Diego than at the (Cn.tr In ihe northjtogi use tiie vessel before peaoj is 4eclr-ior noi many people except these dl- and ed. The nomnaav seni Xorwi uian : reeily interested in the slates vlsil IheiMeXl representative! to Germany tak if presenee the merchantman i German flag WM pulled down. fa a few dWys one of the company's representatives returned to Bergen jand wag chatting with his chief on jibe transfer. "Anything special hap - 1 pen?" asked the chief. nothing special exactly," thejgo. New Mexico benefl mnn replied, but something happen- Ideal more than the state b ed thai moved me more than any- thing I've seen in a long time," ' W hat was that'.'" j This fad has been proved by t "Well, when the 'lerman flair came r cent addition of exhibits to the . down every man of the (lerman crcWjVada building, the Improvement of t stood on deck with his head UncoVer- W ashington state I. milium, an addili ed and every man of them was cry- of a further copper display in 1 lug." Montana building', ami the plans m The seafaring man paused, thenlhelng advocated by the titah comra brought his fist down on the desk ision to increase the size of llu n hull and said, "I tell you, sir, no nation jing al San Diego and bring thell S in ihe world can beat Mien like that!' j Kt a in isco displays smith if Ihe S Udetights on Russhu Diego exposition Is kept open tor a In Christtattla yesterduj 1 gathered V1" 'l'1''' various i .,nimissi.. niote sidelights on the situation in" 1 a1' state i naing. .' " i oi-. visiiimr wiih ... ritnin. positions report that more good is i mat wlio is supposi d to be neutral, hut who Is. in truth, so pro-ally that eeiv report "I a 'einiali succss I'll,, diplomat was br ling when I arrived. In the maniu ,. ,,f with uncanny nwlishness 111 diplomacy he said, "TI thing wr rung in Russia ? ' It would Seem s"." I said. "Pcr-i1'1'1 hnps Ihe wrongneas lies in the fact that as we suv in America, they arc being whipped to a frazzle " Who had motored to the Paclt The diplomat frowned. William Woodhead, publlshei "A telegram." In- continued. "haa8unae Magasine, and Mrs. Ui arrived from the minister In Petroarad (the diplomat asked me not tn re Das I the name of the BBWerlof by which the mimatei is Bcoremtea in itussiu) ami in that telegram he In formed me that I should urge Mr. l not to come to Petrograd with his family at this time This is Information sent in response to In quiries of mine. I have been hear ing other things today. They are of a disquieting nature Mv fie mis, fiank- ly, are advised not in go to Petrograd because there Is n threat of revolu tion in the air. "I learn from good sources that the 'separate peace' party in Kussia Is strong. It is demanding peace, and refusal of Us demands may produce revolution. On the other hand. Hie grand ducal party will not hear of a Separata peace and I have heard the statement that the Grand Duke Mich ael has assured the czar that if a sep arate peace is considered the army will mutiny" In diplomatic backstalN ;eesip that comes from embassv and legation at taches I never take anv slock, but iwer with erience in Kutopean politics. Pears English Blockade. It begins to come out, and to be somewhat more frankly discussed, why Norway is so Knglish -friendly. It seems that the kingdom is prompted to its Knglish ardor not because It so loves England but because It lives in a dei'p dread of being starved out ''V an Knglish blockade of its coasts In the event of complications. The news papers are timid and do not discuss the situation boldly. Hut the people will grant yon that In the foregoing llntg Is the truth of It. BUILDING GAINS another booster IE nstcinces Attend ecture in Audi neaao Man Who CIAL I'ttlltoNDIN. ( TO M . N n .1 Hi n hiegn, I'alif. Aug. SI, Weill u building has a. iUin I' leetlll'er and Punster of On The esled I nnng that se.tioi in being a erwards sa Tal tlieinli' audience asked the lecturer for more unity, whi. h he did m 1 ing ti I Mexlt III Send l This man was i i o'clock iii iii" I 0 elork ill the : benefit and that ale. ded oki any expn mendatioi and slved i iu n t h rand prl persons say that New Mexico surely entitled to the award and that Its ! exhibit is one of the mosl original, in struct iw ami magnificent thai has j ever been collected by any state at any exposition. In main- Instances they say there is nothing at San Dtego t.i compare with this exhibit and that I npare wit w,r e w .tie.xieo represeiueu inure u would most assuredly be awarded a1 pavilions And th Hi jr ptions and entertainments and I the material displays ol the various j states are lost in the vast exposition j I pwaces, But al Ban Diego New Mex- icos display is a distinctive feature "i j""' egposltlon, and as at least , tut . cent of th" cistern tourists go i" San, "11' norm I''XI Ing I mIii ii ing accomplished by then Ii I San Diego I ha n t he om s at I elseo. i'" building at San Diego the day. Other distinguished ilher siri i Arthur I'a II, of Philadelphia, i f Wan Francisco, Samuel i submarine inventor; George E Santa Hal hi Mr. and Mrs. Pelletier ami Mrs. Glrardi Mont Canada; Dr. ami Mrs. w. x. Wl St. Albany, V. Va. Many V isitors FVoHl 'state. The following registered from New Mexico: Kill llauslin and Minnie lirake, Arlesia; T. II. Hell. Albuquer- K. V I! ilv Ml i ner; uaura Smiser, Kast I. as .1. w Vanner, Dexter; J, B. 1 Albaquerque, a portrait of Captain Ben 'i of the United states arms fron to 1X62, anil after whom lort gate. McKlnley county, was n bag been presented formally Ii New .Mexico building and will S ally find its wav tn Ho una en BCOtl COUnty, Indian. i, was wounded al Ihe battle of Valveide and died al Fort Craig in New Mexico on June 1. I si;.'. Mrs. Alice .lom s. a . mis Mani Complaints Heard. Many complain of headaches, lam backs, rheumatism, biliousness and of being "always tired." A' hes, pains and iH caused by the kidm vs fall ing to do their work and throw the poisonous waste from the system yield quickly to Foley Kidney Fills Th' y Ipdp elimination, give sound sleep and in ike yog feel well and strong. Tie v are tonic In action. Sold everywhere. FOR NEW MEXICO EASTERN TIER IS I ii Uh.ul. the S.I l'l',,ln the shatlnw '"'is t" t'1"' ni' lhoi " he h extends beyond It oa Well, llu 1 Ion, It goes withnul under Irrigation I surprising thing is Ihe fruil that leomins abundant all over the And the set I ness in the I ml. Bust- I great forage oi,ip: grown ami fattei just as SUCCCSsf ullj feeder Oceans ..i lout ol this section 1 shipped to the lat latter all it the i by the i "i n t i untry to pri bread and meal for wiueii mere ways a loaiit. t. Best of Everything tor I'alr. at A lliil'i ilel Mil'' nib. In New Roosevell and dun; loeal fails i 'havet are le will be arranged Albuquerque. 'I ihe u, irlse exhibit and judi now growing the lose compctitlOl east side CO untie hat is more, II .Mexico will uo ti east suie .a new Albuquerque in ie a Special f ain ill i never was such geni i. I in u slate function as SEQUENCE OF WRECKS KEEPS MAN SUFFERING wrei ks compelled Juan VurelU to en dure tortures for hours while he wail ed for a train lo take him to the hos pital at Kl Paso, lie had been run slclan at Duran dressed .the iniut lamtinrnrlll :in,l I inli.Hil.il llitn III' me . the u, ii nd ! ;::::; SifS railed, The main line ti (lOgordO and Va uf imt I late JOHN BRAULT AND A LAS VEGAS GIRL WED culats Conception, Miss Anna Martii of this ( ity and John U '! ault, a mei c hant of Albuquerque, were united It take up their residence. The young COUple, Was attended bv Mls Josephine Winters and Carnol Hulicr. OLDEST MAN IN THE STATE DIES. AGED 111 -illlllPiiilDIKl 1 ently at To a. ho, when until sevel and In all h tn t he fact t WSlVS hours a day a I out of doors. SCHOOL BOND ISSUE IS VOTED AT BERNIO fBPPf lL DIGATTM 10 MOttNINfl IOUWMALI Rants Fe. Aug. -'H Ti" depart ment of education was Informed lo day that the election on Monday al Iterlno, Dona Ana county, resulted In favor of tin- issue of bonds for a new school house, upon which construc tion Is to begin within sixty days. NMINGBUM CROPS THIS YEAR NO REBATE WILL BE GIVEN ON TICKETS SOLD DURING REUNION IRRIGATION CONCERN IS NOT A CARRIER. SUPREME COURT SAYS CONWAY COLLECTING MINERAL SPECIMENS FOR DISPLAY AT FAIF mmissione FINE FRUIT CROPS IN PLAINS SECTION tSStCIAI llltrAt. It Itl Ml INNINQ JlllinNAI J .Melrose, N. M , UK. :: I Farin .ok iT.iw. rs in, I orehtlfdlst. in- , , , , , ... king a iv h i i ol show ing w un ir u nit tons Hps year especial!) i peaines. Mi.- U .1. Not by, K.i' Kb by, . II . . nid T. N MoClnj .ill hate lite iir ,. ,i,.i, nartu or young trees that are nest In It, 'i ectlo CONTRACT IS LET FOR NEW BRIDGE OVER GILA $18,074, The bridge will be built by tin county and Will I"' "f steel Willi thn e nans' the nlers will he coti- FARM MACHINERY IS HAVING GREATER SALE III m n i 1 1, j lOIOINALl M 31, Itepresenla Kclly company a re - tntement that that eg i.i' the urosi nonslbli for th ! GENERAL B. J. VILJOEN is delegate to i. i. c. year than last. The publicity given - New Mexico farm resources nl the Han piegO exposition Is resulting in an Influx of many hnmeseekers, they e nanta re, aug. at. uovernor iwc-1 aid today a, i tlen, B, .1. : j i, mber i-' i" . i . Newspaper Mao llecoiuiiienib. It. i R. '11 Wentworth ol the hi. James ago I 1 1 a sevce Cold whi, ., sc. I cue. Ma .y motberg write th s i re liable medicine cured their children of croup Hay feVI i and asthma suf- I ferers say II fives quick relief. Hold I o i ryw here. HEINZ Toinaato j KettclaW I Hllilill I "" u ' 11 IjjljPIII luillintSl w"'' '',e rri'' llmiirlll 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 j AN EXCEPTIONAL SELLING EVENT Thursday, September 2 ! 9 V M. v Silk Crepe dc Chines AND SILK POPLINS 00 OO I' .1 IN ALL NEW FALL SHADES SEVENTY-FIVE PIECES TO SELECT FROM 4i I inches wide OO I oo o o o" OV) I'll oo IOO oo IOO oo oo o lo loo loo OO oo lm you ii i eplioi 00 line un m i oo oo uO Oo oo Oo loo I O o OO OO loo IOO loo ,Oo 'oo jOo loo 0o 00 Oo THESE SILKS WORTH $1.25 AND $1.75 A YARD SPECIAL THURSDAY ONLY 95c oo gg IOO !Oo iOU IOO GOLDEN RULE Dry Goods Co. .OO OO 0o oo 0O 0o ;oo OO OO ;00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo Window Devoted lo Silk Display. Don't Miss II. 00 oo oo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooouooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo M Nearest First Chte HotoltoFhir Crounds ONROE !Uf RAMF.NTO ST. NFAR VAN NFSS AVF. In oti Nan I AM IMOIU UnUHM I M iliittiili S MINIITFS hv stTerl tgr. Pefin t boM wiih vrv ptoiDl nifiil (kt iioMierfHtili'iH, I "ulMtlr v it f I 'lay twn toi lulthni adinin. EoiOp Hw mi r,0 imt up. AltlPIK Utl I 'Ull ' 1 1 1 r t m Writtfoi (lr-. npiivr 1 . t t'pjjti rnvin in San rnwdieo like CAwanti i ineia Coi HK WN J AM n vv will pt :! j ,,. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works Knglni-crs I 'minders Mai hlulsts CaHtlngi III Iron, Itrasa. Hronze, Aluminum, Kleetilc. Motors, Oil Ku- gines rumps mid Irrigation. Works Hint Office. A Ihnunerniie. MORNING JOURNAL WANT J Everybody Sees the Eletlric Sign Ni ffi'yy The value o deck ufm it itmomlfoied vcru night, The advettiunt f (hett ufnt reachei everybody in Albuquerqm with llu- pcr tulencM ihi.il ads dtiked retultt It ii olVajKi on thf joh and it the l(ind f advertiting that can I he lirowi in tin- watte batltt t. Free Tenettah of 1 1 flat rote ( ontfai I f window illuminating. The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Company V U o ne N i n e - E i g h t O 0 o o o a o o H 0o 2 Oo Oo o o 8 o o o o tl o o o lo I Oo 00 oo oo oo 00 OO oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo no uO OO oo 00 i0 OO oo oo c oo OO OO OO o OO oo OO ofi 28 oo op 06 oB 00 1 oc OC SI oc WESTLAKE MILITARY ACADEMY Snmll flnet boarding sfliuot for boyi with hmmdlki' fhvirnn niMitM. IndtVtdeal limtruettun. Instructor fur rvry all buya. Csrsful lupsrvlsloa. Hiutu-r systsm, Fur rutAlusup, mhlrfta Col, Win Htrnver. Huprlntn dent, ben Angsles, Cslltoraia, NO'.' Heutli llnlufi Avhui. CHICHESTER S PILLS J .tL ln'Mi at Aal. mir Hrussrlai M S n 1,1 i" in1...,lrT(r.1.iV 'JBvi ,,Mi '" iinii """H'AV Jjllj i ' . MUM villi lllno hll''"ii JM v VvJ '' "liter liny uf fnur V IsrnagrtaU A't. t Ml lil - t 14. I'MMt.vn IIIIANIb 1'ILI.M '-.4 ytaisktiuwuM lto.t, .lt, A I a.), lieilal M SOLO BY ORL'GCISrS CVRY1VMLE ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS. Iiinips under outlining or i i 4 oo 00 oo 00 00 00 oo