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EL PASO HERAXD
LIES QUIETLY 11 JAPANESE WHAN BUI I8TII5DEFI
EfiilESTlZlEBESEfflE
.'rL-iSttl ! KAISER AND GENERALS
and British ambassador (
I Ki . ailed upon baron Tnkaaki j
. Japanese foreign minister, on i
itca1 tiKi informed him that it
i ptjsiste fr. pressing upon
(inn.-nd; beyo id those contained
1 t original commuoication to the
i n would be difficult for Jap-
- ill - to negotiate diplomatically
n ' in the future.
HOLD COUNCIL OF WAR
(Continued From Vaga Onf).
UNO
GERMAN CRUISER KARLSRUHE
IS SUNK, REPORT STATES
iTi.lineon. Denmark. March 18.
spaper Stiitstidende says it has
i t i md from an authoritative source
'iii mnt that the German cruiser
Nrutif has been destroyed by an ex-
" i.
oiding to the story, the crew of
TarKruhe was having tea one eve-
- h n a sudden explosion broke
cntp in two.
' . naif of the vessel sank immedi-
( arr ing down part of the crew
i i The other naif floated for
-- ' i lime which enabled about 158 to
j i'ii to be reached by an accom-
'ii, steamer. This steamer reached
'. -ii in port with the survivors, who
-norn to secrecy concerning the
- i.r of the cruiser.
prince of Havana. The kings lot suony i Consul and Secretary Are i Allies Will Confine Activ-
and w urttemburg are on the way to J .. , .. j . .
unargea wicn uonspiracy lues to .European wa
ters, Notes Snow.
join the council
SCANDINAVIAN NATIONS
SEND PROTESTS TO ALLIES
Copenhagen. Denmark, March 18.
It is reported here that the Scandl
naian nations, Norway, Sweden and
Denmark, have made identical repre
sentations to Great Britain and France,
protesting against the Anglo-French
policy of reprisals against German
shipping.
Regarding Shipping.
,t
-In
ie or nvKuvs ctikw
HE VCII AKW YORIC SAFKLY
" v. ork. March 18. Five members
t Ik iren of the American steamer
iwi sunk February 19 by a mine
- c North sea, 'while on her way
i this port to Bremen, (fennany.
i utton, reached New York today
TlItKBY vns IT WII.I.
PROTKtT "0COMHATIXTS.
Washington. D. C, March 18. The
Turkish government has given assur
ances to ambassador Morgenthau of the
United States that Turisey will afford
every protection to nonconfbatanis dur
ing the war. On instructions from the
state department. Mr. Morgenthau had
made representations to the porte re
garding care of foreigners.
GEIUI. SrntlMtl.NK U-2S
TORPEDOES BRITISH Mill'.
London. Ens.. March 18. The British
steamer Leeuwarden from London for
Harlington. Holland, has been torpedoed
by the German submarine U-28, four
miles southeast of The Mass, Holland
lightship.
The crew of 17 men was given five
Lminutes to take to their small boats.
rhaen According to the sur--,
all the Eveljn's crew were res-
the steamer Matanzas from f which the submarine towed until a pilot
steamer was met. The men were then
transferred to the pilot boat and landed
at Hook of Holland.
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yt A ' ' c ML
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The mellowness of VELVET.The
Smoothest Smoking Tobacco, is
the fuel that keeps kindness and
good nature warm. Buy a 5c
metal-lined bag or a 10c tin.
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GUARANTEES YOUR REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
When you buy real estate or lend money on
same, you should have the title guaranteed.
If the title is -not good enough for us to guar
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"IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY."
Stewart Title Guaranty Company
Capital 8300,000.00.
Offices: Fourth Floor, Two Republics Life Bldg.
J. E. QUA1D, Vice President.
Seattle. "Wash.. March 18. Charged ' Washington. D. C March 18.
? ?. 5Sf y ' c-ruptly Influence maklns public all diplomatic corre
John Murdock. an employe of the Se- ...... .. , k. w.
attie Construction and Drydock com- I spondence of the past few weeks be
pany, German consul, Wilhelm Mueller j tween the United States and Great ;
and his secretary. 5. M. ."chulz. were Britain. France and Germany relative '
served with notice of arrest Wednesday kiw.A- .hinn..-,t. r -
at the consulate. They are accused of to blockades and shipments of con
offering Murdockf money for evidence j traband and foodstuffs, the United I
to substantiate ambassador Bernstorffs states reveals that the allies have '
agreed to limit their zones of activity
to European waters, including tne
Mediterranean sea.
Kngtand Rejected Proposal.
While Germany agreed, it is dis- i
closed, to abandon her submarine at- j
tacks on "mercantile ships of any nag" ;
except when they resist visit or search. l
provided foodstuffs were permitted to j
reach her civilian population. Great j
Britain and her allies rejected the
proposal, originally made b the United
the belligerents into an arrangement
which would safeguard the interests of
neutrals.
Furthermore, the documents show
show that in a message of inquiry to
Great Britain and France, the United
States asked whether the embargo on
all commerce between Germany and
neutral countries was to be carried out
under the rules of a blockade or by
interference with the ships and car
goes, "as if no blockade existed." The
two together presented. In the view of
the Ameiican government, "a proposed
course of action previously unknown
to international law."
Allies Propose Quasi Blockade.
The answers from Great Britain and
France reveal for the first time that
the allies officially regard their posi
tion as a "blockade," but desire to re
frain from exercising the rights of bel
ligerents under a blockade to confiscate
ships and cargoes as a penalty for
breach of blockade, substituting for It
procedure in prize courts and compen
sation through sale of the detained
merchandise.
The definition of a -radius of activ
ity" for the allied fleet in European
waters, including the Mediterranean.
Is the first Intimation of the geographi
cal limits of the blockade. Its limits
were not given more exactly, the al
lies claim, because Germany was
equally indefinite in proclaiming all the
waters surrounding Great Britain and
Ireland a "war sone."
V. . Point Out Difficulty.
The restriction of the area, of opera
tions of the blockade to European
waters followed this observation by
United States to both Great Britain
and France:
"While this government is fully alive
to the possibilties of modern naval
warfare, particularly in the use of sub
marines for both defensive and of
fensive operations, may make the for
mer means of maintaining a blockade
a physical impossibility, it feels that
it can be urged with great force that
there should be also some limit to 'ra
dius of activity' and especially so if
this action by the belligerents can b
construed to be a blockade. It would
certainly create a serious state of af
fairs if. for example, an Ar erican ves
sel laden with a cargo of German ori
gin should escape the British patrol in
European waters only to be held up b
claim that the ship company Is selling
knocked down submarines to the British
government by way of British Colum
bia. Consul 'Mueller denied he had any
agreement wl'n Murdock or a detective
to purchase anything, nor did he ar
range to have them steal papers from
the construction company.
Couldn't Agree on Terms.
Murdock, who is 2 years old, has
been employed as assistant shipping
clerk at the plant of the Seattle Con
struction and Dry Dock company for
two years. In a statement to the prose
cuting attorney; he said the negotia
tions for the delivery of the informa
tion said to have been sought by consul
Mueller were still pending when he was
arrested. He had originally demanded
$1500. he said, but later agreed to ac
cept SlsAV. He asserted that he had
certain information ready for delivery
at a conference to be held at the con
sulate Tuesday evening, but there was
a hitch over the money and the confer
ence came to naught.
Murdock said he stole nine original
bills of lading Tuesday, together with
a bundle of blank forms so that a copy
could be made of the originals.
Submarine Department Idle.
President J. V. Patterson, of the Se
attle Construction and Drydock com
pany, said:
"Our submarine department has been
entirely idle nearly a year. The Ger
man consul would have been made wel
come at our plant. The stolen bills of
lading covered the most innocent ship
ments." Claim Treaty Not Violated.
It was asserted at the county prosecu
tor's office today that before any infor
ms tion was filed against consul Mueller
and secretary B. Max Schulz. the treaty
with Germany of 1S71. was studied
carefully. According to this treaty,
consuls are immune from arrest except
on criminal charges.
Counsel for Mueller and Schulz today
furnished J 1000 bail each, binding them
to appear for trial in the superior court
whenever ordered.
GERMAN EMBASSY PROTESTS
AGAINST CONSUL'S ARREST
Washington. D. CL, March IS. The
German embassy today protested to the
state department against the warrant
of arrest served on the German consul.
W ilHam Mueller, and his assistant, B.
M. Schulz. at Seattle. Wash. The em
bassy contends that the arrest Is a vio
lation of the consular treaty between
Germany and the United States.
GERMAN NEGOTIATIONS
WITH ITALY UNFRUITFUL
Rome. Italy. March 18. The Tribuna
savs negotiations between prince von
Riielow of German v. and the Italian
,zo ernment for the purpose of keeping ; a cruiser off Xew York aad taken into
Itilv neutral, nave lailea ana nave . Halifax.
rome to an abruot end.
"The Austria emperor." the news
paper continues, "is obdurate. ' Prince
ton Buelows Dan to jiaiy nas imiieo.-ji
Italy wants Triest and Trent wntie ib
emperor lives she will have to fight for
them."
Phone 339
ESCAI"ED GERJIAX L.I.NEU
CAPTUBBD BV CRUISER
Madrid. Spain. March 18. The es
caped German liner Macedonia, which
fled after having been interned at Las
Falma, Canary islands, has been cap
tured by a British cruiser, and the
Spanish government has ordered an in
ouiry into the escape of the vessel.
BOMB WRECKS THE HOME
OF NEW JERSEY MAYOR
New York. March 18. The home of
tHiMii- Ianiel Herrmann of Gnttenburg,
N J, a suburb, was wrecked early
toda b the explosion of a 1 omb. A
Imle was torn in the wall of the house.
No one was injured.
Mavor Herrmann discharged the
Uiittenburg police force of eight men
lb months ago on the ground that
the town was so orderly no police were
needed. The police, although officially
dscharged. are investigating the throw
ing of the bomb. '
I
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merican
Walnut
The use of American Walnut is the latest develop
ment in the cabinet wood situation.
Extensively used many years ago, then abandoned,
its use has been revived by many of the leading factories,
and improved methods of treatment have resulted in a
product infinitely more beautiful than the old.
"We have been watching its development with much
interest and, being convinced that it has come to stay,
unhesitatingly recommend it to those who wish" some
thing a little out of the ordinary.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
109-111-113 San Francisco Street
Mill U. S. ..raalnrt;
The publication of tne correspon
dence cleans the slate of diplomatic
negotiations and learea the govern
ment confronted with the question of
whether or not it will acquiesce in the
form of blockade by the allies or make
protect. President Wilson himself has
indicated that a strong protest will be
made and officials are already gather
ing material for it.
The notes record the failure of the
United States to bring the belligerents
into an agreement on the use of sub
marines and mines, the fixing: of a defi
nite rule governing shipments of con
ditional contraband to the civilian pop
ulation of a belligerent and tbe aban
donment of neutral flags as a ruse of
war.
Official Are Puxxled.
Officials admitted being somewhat
puxsled over tbe British rejection of
the proposals made by the United
States in this connection. They ob
served a statement in the British
reply to the American note which is not
borne out by comparison with the Ger
man note.
The British reply refusing to enter
into the agreement savs in reference
to the American communication:
"The reply of the German govern
ment to this note has been published
and it is not understood from the reply
that the German government is pre
pared to abandon the practice of sink
ing British merchant vessels by sub
marines." What Germany said officially was as
follows:
"The Gorman government would un
dertake not to use their submarines to
attack mercantile of any Hag except
when necessary to enforce the right of
visit and search."
Unrivaled Values for Friday
There are many reasons why you should visit the "Popular" Friday. Unusual values all over the store in
high grade seasonable merchandise. Shoppers here tomorrow will be afforded the privilege of buying many
special items which we are featuring at special prices.
"
$1.00 Veil Day-rFriday
Affording the opportunity of choosing regular
15 and $1.75 veils for $1.00. Novelty bordered
draped leils. satin, grosgrain and velvet; borders
1-2 to 1 inch: veils in black, white (t-f f(
and colors Choice PlviU
Boudoir Caps 50c.
Friday Special
)
Such an attractive lot of silk, bier and net cap-.
Daintily trimmed with ribbon and fine lares; a
variety of shapes from which to make Pft
selections; Friday, choice .. JJC
FRIDAY EXTRA SPECIAL!
SILK AND WOOL POPLIN 4S inches wide; me
dium weight and hipjn lustre; all the QQ
most desirable spring shades, yard tOC
FRIDAY EXTRA SPECIAL!
TUB SILKS 36 INCHES WIDE-Just SO pieces
to Mil Fridav. Neat striped effects, very de
sirable for summer wearables special
$1.00 quality
FRIDAY EXTRA SPECIAL!
FANCY DRESS SILKS Several thousand yards
of the $1.C and $1.25 grades. Taffetas, fou
lards, mi-ssalines and other silks CQ
Kxtra special 02C
69c
Special Friday Prices on Remnants
Immense assortments of Remnants of many kinds and for every purpose. These are on sale in the various
yard goods sections throughout the store and you will be interested in the very ususual maimer in which
they are priced.
Spring Silks, Table Linens, Dress Materials, Wash Goods, Embroideries, Laces and Ribbons ALL MARKED
AT VERY SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES FOR FRIDAY.
SHEER SUMMER FABRICS
Dainty washable materials as light and cool as an
ocean "breeze, yet of that substantial quality for which
tbe "Popular'' is noted.
Embroidered Lace Cloth
Crepe and Voile 36 in.
wide; figures and dots in
all colors; very special
Yard 35c
AHever Embroidery French
Voiles and Crepes Small
figures in pink, blue and
yellow on white ground
Yard 50c
Flowered Organdies All
colors and combinations;
40 inches in width, and a
I splendid value, yard. .30c
Voiles and Swisses 38
and 40 inch widths; check
ed, striped and flowered
effects; splendid value
Yard 25e
' BASEMENT SPECIALS
For Friday's Setting
DUSTING CAPS Made of chambray in new neat ef
fects. Also percale, poplin, lawn and pique at the
price each one an unusual value 12 1-2C, 15c, 20c, 25c
Foulard Sateen Petttceats
WeH made garments of
splendid quality material;
Mack and colon, each 95c
EXTRA SPECIAL f
BAGS DUC
Real Leather Hand Bag,
with tucked front; melon
hape; leather cotereil
frame; lined nith poplin.
newest shapes; CO
extra special O U
Galatea Cloth Many pat
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women's and children's
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Yard . ..." 17 1-2e
FRIDAY SALE of PARISIAN IVORY
A Special Duposal of Sffgtfj Imperfect Pieces
Only by careful examination can the defects be de
tected at all, but the "Popular" does bo offer heat as
absolutelv perfect. A gieat lot of
MIRRORS PUFF BOXES
COMBS TRAYS
BRUSHES BUFFERS
HAIR RECEIVERS SOAP BOXES
In every instance the prices are just about manufac
turer's cost and range bow from 15e to $SJM.
CREPE DE CHINE PETTICOATS $3$
Extra Special for Friday Selling
Beautiful Silk Petticoats in just the styles women are
demanding for the Spring season. Trimmed with
dainty shadow and net laces and ribbon. These were
bought at a special price and were considered a won
derful value at $4.35, the price at which fo Qg
we first marked thein Special Friday t0cd
Muslin Teddy Bears, 95c.
Women who care for these dainty garments may buy
them tomorrow at 95c. They are prettily trimmed
with Normandy and German Val laees Some are fin
Kheii with medallions; sizes up to 46 fiC?
Fridav Special t3C
Take a Trip Around Oar
Window and View tbe
New Spriag Styles.
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Telephone 3366 to AH
DepartmeBis.
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Hapsbura: family, not including em
peror Francis Joseph of Austria. hae
recently purchased in the United States
real estate valued at Si;.3v.ft0.
New Hair Grower Brings 8
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g nsrflna Stop Dandruff, Ilmlr Lo S
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GERMANY NOW CONTEMPLATES
TOTAL STOPPAGE OF COMMERCE
Amsterdam. Holland, March 18 That j
tal cessation of her sea commerce, as a
result of the British order in council, is
indicated b German newspapers which
ha e been received here.
The ColoKne Gazette says:
"We must reckon with a complete
blockade of our foreifm trade insofar
as this is possible for our enemies. It
will, of course, be without significance
on the issue of the war. although in
.itttAp rv.-t It ma- ai,A manv 1Hyij4
V...... .... .. ... J ..... ......- .........
of damage. It will, however, goad us !
into waging a submarine warfare I
henceforth w ith complete recklessness
and reason, bringing into play all the
advantages which this neat and for
midable weapon affords us. For Eng
land, foreign trade is a vital question,
but it is not for us:"
The Kreuz Zeitung sa;s-
"The proclamation s m practice a
blockade They i the allies) are thereb
again guilty of a serious breach of in
ternational law, according to which ev
ery blockade should be effective. It
will still be possible for Swedish. Nor-
Ar.y one who is troubled with thin,
dull, falling hair can positively and
surely rejuvenate and replenish it by
using the Harfina Treatment. This Is
an absolutely new method that makes
the hair fsirly g'.lsten with be-uty and
the sca'p glow with vitality and health.
Begin with the use of Harfina. a nourish
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efficacy for toning the scalp and
inducing unfailing halr-growmg condi
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induces more thorough cleanliness, lmig-
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circulation. Under the Har
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itching disappear, a sturdy
growth of hair aopears. and
the whole he-id becomes lus
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Get the genuine Harfina for 50e from
your druggist. He guarantees it and will
refund money If not satisfactory.
For Sale by Kelly & Pollard. Adv
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Just as easy to open a savings account with us as though you
lived next door.
WE I PAY i percent Interest, compounded 'Twice Every Tear,
we do business under the Depositor's Guaranty Law of the State
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T T GIUHRIST. Wt ( a Juer.
GASGARETS FOR
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wegian and Dutch trade to dispute
these orders, but nevertheless the
North sea states must reckon with the
risk of confiscation, and for the over
seas neutrals this risk Kill be consid
erably increased."
HAPSI1URG FAMILY BUYS
IlKAI. KSTATK IX V. S.
Geneva, Switzerland. March 18.
Vienna advices state members of the
m NOTICE
I El Paso I
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