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Viscount Raneke Declares lin Address
Ainerlen and .Ian iin HI Never Fight.
Woulti (utltiate Econaoii e ]eln
Tokio, Selt. 27.-Addres-sles in whielh
It was declarid I a t wari betweeni .a
pan and the iUltited States is a cnIt
tilgecily not tobo conlsidiled adil
stateieilt that the future of te two
countries lies ill thle cult ivatilig of
econlomlic rehit.1ionls and Friendly inter
ourse were hiarily applandeI (o
day at a llei niii 1iieln by hlit, Atl
ericanl. Japan Iisociety'.
\'iscoulni Kan11 ko. a mncut eber of thilt
privy counncil and14 former1-ly sprecial
r r01es t t I vi of .1.1 );l l a 1n t I e ll i t'l
States,. provided h eluconl. which wva
giv n inl lmor ofr fornter l'ni
111 t.tIv 'lo d -1 1% 11-1 ~ ) 1 1 114111
tattes I luatorn Tholr S - . lirtn.o
Ohio. Licint. Col. Carl P. I1,tldwinl, thek
Ameirica military atlache. who i
leavin t Jap in ho-Ily for \\'aIhinnt en.
andl i1. 1P. 1 a to a n li .\ licaenbu-inl
leadeor inl .11n for. thirty yem-"I. who\
iz o i t) I'mndonl. was- allench d b
I lar 4w 11 ! r f1 . l nIii a m!n
fA t Ili I' t n, I'*i ii , .II*\
Ni l e i li Ii g t I n
ii oinnith . 'lver whre toe yon th
fen I i the l nhe urs t I in 111.
yI Ilv I l IdZ . I I I eI* I. I IX l i 1i . 311 -
rinethe Shan n:: <;ution.sllia
so m a41 111 r1 i i r htt . 4 i y a n g war 1
ino inpt ot ning ah seatch-mak
aonl kn our heopi* 'le w ie a.e't
tI I o ur lt I r e t h at o l o r s
had a tesiI sI uI I lid a III 1dlrI n wa11 r1
Sof the l'a i t" .:. l
m Ii .-,htI 'voln ay to th Ile Amle rican it hIIa t
inst vad o f I tlh iking of war I-Ilte 1 11l)aanI
(ISe 0WereV frte rn izing w\.ithI Amer tica ns
aroun te banque t board. fi:2
"Thre will never e I \, war between1
Japan and Amele." conitinuetd \'is
counit Nanleko. "anld thw en1tire, Jap
anlese, people will concurl -withi mle inl
this opinion. Tell thlis to our11 pre-Si
dolnt and the0 members1%, of the( cablinet.
theo senlators and represenltatives,- and
yourl .iudgens, b1ankors. itls ,jur
ual:sts and working po'e
"Nvetr van we \Ne ntertain -uch anl
idca aantAmerv (ien which has donet
so no11ch for ourl vounitry andl Ild us
into the 11ath (if takinig a scat inl thel
Counncil (if the tive ra p w r.
Che rin 'k'10e the Orks of \'i:Z
Mir. Unr11ton sahl4 hk .ioined wit:.h Ill
a w rN w InI.i an an th I 'i
Sau w s i pos s c. In ith ti
plat . ht de'rd itt wead hefm!!e.
If JVa takdd aii es
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.\ nhi 11111t A uctioa Ilione than11 .apanl.
.\s I har travteled her." continl
lit ii Mr. ilnr1ton. "I have found 1th
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withli the conviit ion that var is not
tle way to setote diterns betwe en
\Nit .lre serious Crisis lia, Arkien.
hila it)y Abileate.
Roet. Svt. "C. "it wonhh he dif
IenIt to tild a r period tl han this
a the wvholt history of iodern
ta. I. " * -.i I Fo re i -n N Ii iiSt1er Ti Ittoi
:4da1.y in ll dn to the, situatiOn hefre.
\ a I: t r of fat, alarintist re
1.: f all '-rts are in cvir inia til l.
(na r'we rt has it I hat Kin a \'ictor
1-::nm a l s :'ay abdmi! at; . ana ioan mtr
:hat ivil\\ar i i ninet t w enl the
Natonli'sand mrilitar'.St factions: 4on
ih one uide and the forces control led
by lilt ollicial Socialists on the other.
Inl thiose remirts tLe Nationalists ad
helients are represented as having de
cidead to push to ile itmost limits thlie
aspirations of Italy while their -op
ponenIts are IdeIlared to be ldet ermined
to oppose by all nieans. even by revo
lution anothelr foreign war.
Not withstanding the st I secreey
thrown abotli e ieet Ing of the
crown (Ollneil today ini conieCtion
with the Finme crisis, the newspapers
ti.s evening pnublish reports of uwhat
The sitting. the acco unts state, was
opented by King Vietor Etnaniuel who
explailied tIhe r'asons for- the calling
of the extraordinary meeting. It was
des ireld lie said to obtain the views of
the Ilost emin ent 1eii in parliamuenit
onl tOh g rav sit u:ation. The disens
ion, he said, would lhe only of a Con
sul'ative character, as no decision was
to be taki by tle council, this being
for tlie cabinet which alone
was responsible to the parliament and
to th (oliutty.
Il'rmier Nilti made a detailed and
eomplelensiv report on the sitnation,
sit-jog fo'th tihl, grave conse lgences
whieb mibht ensue for Italy. both at
home uand in her i t ernational rcla
t o lin e lat : r havinog not only politi
cal hut fina njial and ''no i (
a rtr s.
"Siii 11e S11it) " w 'It I-fish IIing in his
tu t'i l~s ltil." "Not #o sitiiple, at
t' ," dvciared an amatenti sportsinan.
"i've spent tinie and money getting to
0 pince whaere tihe likelihood of catch.
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