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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1915.
SIX Blankets and Comforters THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT WE EVER CARRIED IN STOCK $7.65 $6.30 $5.85 i i Tr rr mm 603174 For $4.65 NEAR WOO!. BLANKETS, special finish, in writl) of Colors ; double; lixes 64x80 ;ml f 4x7f PRICES $3.15 and $2.15 Each COMFORTERS Sanitary. moHirwhite carded cotton filling, figured prim cloth face rod back, figured silkoHue. f.i-t colors, rod fifurcd shadow iilk rod silkoline PRICES FROM $2.15 to $5.00 DOWN COMFORTERS Covcitd both lides with bent figured colonial down-proof lateeti . fssi c ion FROM $7.50 to $15.00 STRONG BROS. I I KM I ! Ill III lOl Alt l l lis Mroug Mock SK..111I iin, Copper hi; g 1 v 1; ; it k k s t k a i is u 1 amis FACTS OF ARABIC DUMBA INCIDENT ARE NOW PLACED IS LIVE STORY IN COMMISSIONERS IN THE HANDS OF BERNSTORFF FOREIGN PAPERS ANGLO-FRENCH MAKE POP CALL JIM I iroiira QUESTION OF INDEMNITY MAY GO TO THE HAGUE Diplomatic Usagt Been Violated b Justify Ambassa Zeltnni; 3 IMu.l Lt.a.O .pi. II u i.i London, an .il'tirie 111 the Vo it itlr-d T.n.,..n." (i the political rh t I Sir Henry Babbingtofl Smith Is Not Above Going to the Office of Great American Railroad Financier. COOL BILLION IS SUM ALLIES WANT j ba might nut have I- n diplomatic XDCftf'd t() Dis- ,ha' whether i' w luatlflbi iin rrnhard continued, "for In .1 ,u. -nil, hi in the exploits ton it for American Piod lcluding Wheat, Cot I Other Commodities, 1 1 1 1. 11 1 1. ei in. hi nubmar dhlW INK Mill I It. icni WiIm.m and .1 in twern Bei -'unlit iron B in to Nwf the bo Hot of these -lines 11 s the more ins make the ettemiN since theae Invited levari penalties b tl FACTORY 1LA TELLS OF WOOD KINDLING UNA DEATH Ite I A ' iirh. vepi. is. -Ihe AnglO tli , 1'n 111 ii t'inan.i.i commtaslon here I,, m'i 1. inn .1 loan ol half a billion ti a bit. i Uon dollars made n radical departure I . j. 1 nere tair rooa m its poiirj m having e ambaaaadoi was not only Jua-1 Interested American financiers call bul was under obligation to l tnam al 'heir headquarters and ,...i ..in...,- iv, i inn illt ,.r 1 hi., mil. Present their View. Tin cnmmissp.n i. the undignified aond punish procedure hi the Austrian end irlan ammunition workers." "i survivors ot tih . Herr Bernhard expresses the belief ng thai the liner was pro jnint there is no likelihood of mora ee- cefullj when torped Ijrlous complications ai ., result "f the ning and has been advised I latest development iicil states desires a die- hi attack and reparation jsii;is mh-simk n Hvef lost i- r ki. his it t.(, t.t Tin- i ; i ii, , ii rruahed wiiii BANKING HELP THAT IS REAL May be found in this institution. Tlie young man starting in business finds it. So does the established merchant. The big concern comes here, too. None is too rich or too poor, too large or too small. All our customers find us really helpful. Interviews inuted vvith our officers. First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Capital and Surplus Half a Million. OFFICERS: Joshua S. Raynolds, President M W. Flournoy. Vict Pres. H. S. Pickard, Cashier. G. L. Rogers. I ice Pres. F. R. Harris. Asst. Cashier. C. S. White. Asst. Cashier. in in James J. HH1, the dominant , I llwaj and commercial factor of the noma step be made by which stability Michigan tomorrow than to send the rthwesi Instead of walttni for Mr I f this exchange caw be secured. Imj commission i n k to Kurope empty. II i,, come to them ihavc inn in tlie state ver largo ur- handed. aj, Henn Babington sniiiii mem. plusei of t I stuffs nni other mater j The commission has endeavored to t ,,i the coramisaion, was the dele-i al which yon want to export. We. make clear to all callers that its r le who called on Ml Hill In the "" the other hand, want to Import rand here has to do with adjusting the mmiasion's behalf. ' these goods and to the commercial j exchange rate and has nothing what- Sir Henry eani,. unattended to the man nothing if more difficult than to ever iii ilu With the iiin base of m i AZTEC FUEL CO. I'll. .lie 251 BY EXECUTION vldenci will ! sent by I Mass., lepl i The ambgs rnstorff in the Berlin Isador ir A uatrla-Hu ngary, Dr. Con- . I., which it lias not stantm Th r Dumba whose recall before and nrobahlvl was reouested bs President Wilson, the I iieai Northern is m New York. en he j centlj in exchange, iiished tonight in the minds of the j -Wo cannot .say more than that St commission') visitors her.-, waa Hint know: the present but that generally re- ,,. delegation is not acting and Will ti... t. i.n tlio sll nil I !nO. . , . . Henry i tic I ina i oi 1,1 Lootoi iiml Murdflfflr! At- siiiiiitioii Reversed, GERMAN PAPERS financial world, in all the talk that yet the government of Bmperor Nieh so has preceded the commission's arrival i olai has not authorised the,,, to do so the here and in all the gossip that has fol- The forthcoming conference at ton- NOW FRIENDLY TO ... .. ...... eved pot sible thai the foreign I time. He has engaged furniture upon examining the evidence, I pgoker to prepare hli personal effects! hanae it ousltlon ami dtsavowlfor ahlomenl ami has also notified lm N ibe .ii of Ibe siiiiiniirliie eommiiml- i liiiiiffenr ihnt he would not require hon ir, win., it was claimed, in the last his services after the end of the week commission h is received American lowed it. there has been on! a wnia- on among nern U nark, the p nolo, .-link the liner because he financiers at Iti headquarters at an I per now and then, that there would belslun minister of. finance, M. Ribot, I lni ugh l .in was a! i in attack him I swiss PRISM lH I. xtti.s uptown hotel On the afternoon of j an attempt to finance a loan of such French minister of finance, ami i: it.) The i mi.. i mates has all In- opinion is DIVIDED their arrival thej were tendered a re-1 mammoth proportions, or, in fact, any I nald HcKenna, British chsncel lot I ),, i mall UNITED STATES In i ' In ,i .l..p i. h from II . hieftain at i ho time i he mis with ins government, win Not Arbitrate I'liinipii the Austrian amb ed siaies. conslderli Morgan where they l loan at all. without offei ing collateral one icnqur, n was tnougnt. woui.t i of bank and trust 'Financiers, secure in their belief therel bring authority to the commission to nis, insurance cont-l would be collateral, have even gonejact in tin.., country, I railway omcers. Vs,, rar a., to say what collateral woiiu Inancieri whom they be acceptable to American flnahclfl ' ' ITXSSr anythlnTbm CLAIMED BY ITALIANS quoted lodty as the! American iecuiitlet, how hela abroad intitn in tlv north-1 and t acquired i' Prance and mo ininu jouini iicil lihd wimi iENERAL SUCCESSES I si , nil mill n pli .1 Declaio Washington lustifindi ,"""',!. Hi nSQUoSlirig rtUSllui Hi n('- ' -"""rs ana ni nena !"-. o.. , i liners wilt nol I rpedi call Ambassador Dumba foi 1 and when w i-'.i ! ";'.!!',,. J ' Unneutral Conduct, Uhioh wereWdireet",i Vmi.,...moV'"!, ''V",",u .V'l'"'!,,! ni Burlan, the foreign mammoth credit n1t immisslofl. I :"n, d&ieCi September is, says: , . fi "Oti the plateau to the northwest il mIi for l MO.NiN. iOU.N.l ...I i I !.! W..I I i, i,. I,,. , " 4 '" Justified the submarine commander In I government, The Hungarian partj in other markets eave I bettevtni in- was about to he attack-Ion the oontrary, believes that Of ff the loan we would ed thai probab)) would i.e agreed to. Dumba did his duty in order to are-1 said, there waa d my The pirsni.iu ami Secretars Lansing vent aims and ammunition reaching growers Vould fi Is of I ooipaoion ol I jll 1) t Sift - lie i ntered the Madi i . n companion ui Villa, III I ' i :i ,v I In . up ingn nit) removing i n tmbasMdoi night, is to borrow ll.OOO.OOO.oOO in :w i tear I p l.usiiui was a fufflcleni guarantee against the United St statements attributed to him bj tin ami Fnn.ii . Ilorllo, mrpt 1.1 (On lioiloo, s, pi II, ItMg, m.) Tin timtrlcen imbi sador. Mr tlernill, had I l"im COB versstion last evening viiili Hen Vngha has committed In sun Lull Potosili i i ' ' " n iri powers o i upia " Jagwrw, the German iiiiiiiHt. r , .f foreign ... r ", ! "' 1 ' . ' , . 1 ,,.,. ' , , e.i.. ai .1 ii. 1 . . 'p. in hall a ur with the secretar) . ticlea tint Kmperor Frauds Joseph nm, .(ion hush. ., ,,' . , " '"' " 1 ,1M I' .eniiv h a rnea s;0 announcements were made. Ii was was dlsuleased w hen he learned of without u market ',,,t',lll' ' " he submarli... quel , ,., , ,.. h ,,,, , ,,,.,.,, however, I the aotlon thai had been taken bs the Want Biilhm Doll uon, nor wnn n ovmieii n an new gsvetagnieats in connection with thai subject, but ii a Indicated aftei the rwnfsresyoi that both the imperial . hum . il.. r ami the foreign mlnlsto nrc endeavoring to Improve German American relstlom Pr.imtnent ami writ informed pet sonngeii In Berlin eggreas the bttlel thai tht diplomat!, and mlltarj lead erg In (lei mini v are dotal llnlr nl moMi in present a recurrence of mis niiderst imllng. and lm Idi nls In tin sul. murine campainn It I pointed mil, llnweser, that llns are working undei dtfflcultlea, p.n Hcularly in irw of the ambition ol in. nuil officers and public opinion whiib l uuiek to protesl sgalnsl am ..pen indleaiton ol a backdown The reflex of thin attllinle can bl seen in the press, from whli h an n rl montous and abuslv torn toward Aineriiii nf late iihk beer conapl us ly ahSsgt Thi is shown particular); in the com man i mi the Dumbs in. i dent, almost all the papers ho h com mewl .inn tin,.; frankly ami without blttarneei thai i in United Btatei It tiistifird n the aetion ii has taken and (minting mil that it need not sffsct Hill . heat in the wl, lers iiiiniii ot Cnmmlsslon. Here is the n ported allltinle of the ..rl... , ,'. ,' , . ' , , , I'nring the same nigh! tin immission, as gathered by ban Here, , ..... I h m. in i ing Grange has ne ei ,,.. 'I hey are able to pa n Questioned .,. ., . nz iroope .iti.iekiai strong imsitions siiil anything they!.,,,. promise W pay for. Their bonds are L,opt f the pleM0 ,JHsj ., aohiCVed ihi sundard of world investment. ;,,, ,,, otwlthsUndlng the rhr present plan of the Joinl finan- '""""" V " ' ' am , difficulties rf the irround and the des- 1 commission, it was reported l .us of war. True, they would like towho was BUpported by ive a ".reat many other things jerful batteries limn .tr.lirhl Itritlsh 1 at bonds With- wn". eouon. cura, menu, rnsuiutac ..jn ,,. VUtv:l Z(, rlrlll Itured goods, a thousand and one dif- meats brouaht from Qorlsla negotiations which ins call today wasjgrams of somewhat bitter tone were, 'he last cent intended to initiate mi the x' haut;es I exchanged on ih. subject between i payment of from now on prnbabti iii come I Foreign Mlnlstei Burlan md Di Beth-! other comrn throuah him and II I a ralb be-1 mann-Hollwca the Derma n chancel- 'ng munitloi i he i nitsd Statea In it, cotton, meal and s shipments, inelud-1 ' war, li Will, there-1 '" ewhere, if necessarj But 0f th, Zagi thing these countri s peed defense of Hons they are prepared from our n ild. if they have to. And in, asaallan tioniHiino (lueauon, in- to ihe development ami to nave re ' u" wan. iiestlon of reparation forloalled Knrelgn Minister von Jagow to Whethei the neutrality of thei The WaidilnaTton ProMega, kI with the l.usltanls Berlin, the foreign minister having United States Would be questioned In That, in a tew wards is said to rep i, t tne eiots atleo-lbeen preparing on Haturdaj to go to ce the hankers financing the mam- resent fairly accurately the Impren iMERICAN CANNOT RANSOM LEDWIDGL hino jnoatN di ai I. . hob .i Ilia told I in di . lining an invitation an nihil ..is Hie latter pail of en -pi, in - Klgnlflcent Word lll.lt Ibis side . Is impossible to on " nen , tures Ith t he United lell i i discussed bj i he papal iNIA ENTERS INTO THE BALKAN naiNiNCI JOIiStMAt. tPK IAL . Bept, ii (via i. ' p in . Delayed I The statement a consideration, it was said that the' The two chef obstacles that seeme financiers liinuliiir With the plan have!,,, appear obvtoui wer, the queatlo every reason to beHeve that the Wash- whether the Washington sdmlnlstfs I ington admlnistratiog would not in-1 tlori would regard unfavorably the if .',,,rf,,r- !am- of : m i.as.,1 ,, British an No Official Mutcineiit. French government bonds as beln The roregouig was trio nnaniiuous: unneutraJ nrocedure and h. the kidnaped Edward Ledwldge, commlseary manaaer of the Mi opim of prom and the .11 tonight of mans nf the SCoreS 1 1 ik. i s from N ilies Of the he L inks of America could UCh S loan Without collatel In some way the Imori BSli Manuel I (lao, the chain e .f Interest in Hi, workers 1 1 II IlK.lt I fAHSF or hKAm rw IS. SSSM M. .ou.N.i M ll.in.ilnlu. Hept I mlt! cilff. i le ! sinned 'I I II ii ileal . o: nm m that pr. cot no longer is a . ep ir distil,. ,,f nouthern Serbia should his vity. As i. i h, he mile, I ttl Oil ice ami Serbia d moii border) was i il us sin Ii maris (because ''"r" '' "'" ",,'"l'"'rs th to the banks takln With the Isauame of mi, h. a loan. As ? "'"0 ,ft ' j commission declini .1 positively l ineiii. .u uiai ine . niiiiiii.Mnii itieo to publish ai authoritative was vote-. til h Lord Heading, Its eha'rman. it. there IS as yi t ;kiii the bandits, d mi the siale dcp ii inietit lodaji .... " j for the first turn . , i .... i ...... . . , ,,s asseiliil. ..lis, . . .i nf ni ni . i ion regarding parti. ip- , We are not in a position t" raak . , no itnoersranntni h.'tsseen Greece and. " r''H,n v"'; .', Set -i.i.i thai thei should orevsnl eon. f ai ihe inesen! time. no assurance that they would or could 1 hut in some quarters II believed ihati the feel can be accomplished, if m.. It will have been naltke sniiatua wspaper men tonighl;,, . BDDro.ched . .,, hte,v vnierieun finance, Tbat IMtare Would Mean. Wholesale curtailment of orders mil ii Ihe ransom i noon tomori'i More Gold t mm England I ins f t w n in 1 unable t.. i. II ih, Alii i , I .1. Iin . .m ir. at iwsnt .m 1 1 c-indi c! Ihe esa n Inn in. . .... shell .f the sabsnartni drydo k ii. re Miners Su i u . iron I oppe Hie Hbannn Ion sli in k hind ihe iin 0 Kmj lona t oppei romimi join thr stilkr, whi lsrgest in thie t Uo f off!. Vlloll.ll 11 i. and tu I ho far n ind been ilulgarlH, it wai eacha age hai e l ee. Mo. I K PAN-AMERICAN ROAD about II is thai on 1,1 ex ndon ami Paris, We i very considorahle I ms, prominent hunk-, mtleraen ho are ln Itablllt) of exchange, j date Ktchangw. that -is Tci i otrikiTig everybody is agreed,! i. et :n the great lm-1 . utribiited to regulat- whtch would bt les -this niglit In increasing i.s the answer fur- had ben eng. i United States. d for xp in expanaive lei. of the Brltli from the plan i maeufacturetl e, acreage sown by or- Ii o ei anient; meats THE WM. 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ATS Sausacc a Sporialty For rattle ami Hogs the Hlggest Market Prlcs Are Paid Th, audi chs isiderahle drop lly disturhs and 1 1 rela 1 bin he the Hulled i'io into n lob- inn dwindle n U In a I lieu pn, I'ram c I p 1 1 ami lie I , hoae f.o i. ul day in all would it Itrltnln . e ! the 1 a d..iti .1 nig held under the Joint auaptoea of ihe American iimhwai nasociatioa and the American Road Bunders' aaaacl- at Ion with the trl -state Good Roads aa. so. 1st Ion and the Pacific Highway as- lati.i,, , ... opt rating, t.i see ahead what lln lat, change win be; ami. moreover hatttratt il make such a difference in the prices to be i v the American nad the orh ' man. i Then 1 that it l-llleable difficult I-our hundred million liusheis of: of sx-l American wheat, fresh from the har-j I.e. a-isei ' flebji would choke American tnatarlall granaries, some financier said, if thej received! commiasion should (ail in accomplish, e to tie tug it. mlsalon here, nne authority rreiicn- win.si. niiiiif i. kiinwn the country oer ventured the opinion that it better t,, dump tt0,M,00t ittajemwa of opinion wouhl bi is emluenth desirable that bushels of American wheat Into Ijke Leading Private Educational Insti tution of Southwest. 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