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The New York herald. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1920-1924, May 22, 1921, Image 4

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U. S. READY TO ENTER
Summerlin Is on Way With
Papers Which May End
'Watchful Waiting.'
AGREEMENT IS SEEN
Believe Method Has Been
Found Which Will Guar
antee Oil Contracts.
ENCOURAGE CASH LOANS
Definite Asgnrances Required
Which Will Not Leave Any
Questions for Debate.
tpeclc" Despatch to Thi New Ton rfBUUD.
New Vork Herald Bureau. J
WashinRton, V. C? May 11. J
It was learned in official circles to
day that the long pending difficulties
between Mexico and the United States
are about to be settled. Recognition
of President Obregon's Government Is
In contemplation and the practical
basis of an arrangement has been
-cached. Only unexpected opposition
on the part of the Mexican Govern
ment will upset this programme.
The Conditions under which the
United States will recognize the Gov
ernment of Mexico are in possession
of George T. Summerlin, Counsellor
and Charge d'Affaires of the American
Embassy at Mexico city, who is taking
them with htm for submission to Presi
dent Obregon and the Mexican Gov
ernment. ? Mr. Summerlin left Wash
ington yesterday for New York, where
he will embark for Vera Cruz.
The United States approaches the
subject with the idea that the best in
terests of both countries can ? be sub
served by a prompt settlement. The
policy of "watchful waiting," which has
been carried over from the Wilson Ad
ministration up to the present tlm<x Is
to be abandoned. In the event that
Mexico agrees to the American condi
tions the Harding Administration will
encourage American financial assistance
to Mexico, so that Its Industries may be
rehabilitated, its agriculture Improved
and Its railroad systems expanded and
reorganized.
Mr. Summerlin takes with him to
Mexico the draft form of the new treaty
which this Government believes it would
be advantageous for Mexico to sign
promptly. A method has been found
for avoiding the difficulty relative to
Article 27 of the Mexican Constitution,
which the Mexicans are unwilling to
abrogate specifically. President Obre
gon has declared that Mexico newer will
sign any protocol which would ask
Mexico specifically to promise that she
will observe her obligations and reverse
her confiscatory policy relative to Amer
can oil properties. It is proposed that
th# new treaty omit any reference to
the existing controversy, but affirma
tively guarantee the rights of American
property and American citizens In
Mexico.
This Government never has receded
from the position previously taken that
article 27 of the Mexican Constitution j
must be so Interpreted that It will not
be applied In a confiscatory manner
against American property rights.
While It w ill be proposed that a
general treaty be made to cover this
question, it will be left to the Mexican
Government to decide whether this is the
beat method of solving the problem or
whether it would be better to give as
surances through court decision or any
other proper assurance which the United
Statts can accept" ?
What< r assurance Is given by the
Mexican Government must be so definite
that it will not be open to question. In
dealing w ith the situation, however, Sec
retary Hughes will give the utmost con
sideration to the susceptibilities of the
Mexican people. The United States will
aim to be helpful to Mexico, while at
the same time maintaining the rights of
its own nationals.
BLUENOSE AGREES TO RACE.
Canadian Schooner Itraily for May
flower Contest.
Haljfax, N. S.. May 21.?Capt Angus
Waltere of the Canadian fishing schooner
Bluenose to-day accepted a challenge by
Hay W. Pidgeon, owner of the Boston
schooner Mayflower, to race to a Brazil
ian port and return.
Both vessels are prospective entries
in the annual North Atlantic fishing
fleet races for the Dennis trophy.
Griswold Hotel Cottage to Lease for Summer
?
An exceptional opportunity for the aum- Fwcond Floor?Large open hall, four
mer season. Charming cottage com- chambers, two hath rooms, dressing
pletely furnished for housekeeping to room.
lease at EASTERN POINT. NEW LON- Third Floor?Seven chambers, two bath
DON, CONN. On beautiful grounds rooms, large trunk room,
near mouth of Thames River; ir>0 yards Basement?Kitchen, laundry, pantries,
from Hotel Griswold and swept by refrigerators, closets, modern fumaoa.
breezes of yacht-dotted Sound. 6lx open flreplacee. Hotel Griswold
service may be had If desired.
First Floor?Large hall, living room. For price and further Information on
reception room, sun parlor and study. this beautiful summer home, please
dining room, butler's pantry, refrlgera- write The Griswold Booking Offlos, Ho
tors. tel ISiltmore, New York < It J.
Values speak louder than Words
$p!r> and
4.
These Reductions on English
Pigskin Luggage,
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
H
\E-?" Cross Brief Case, for valu
Cross Suit Case. Sturdy tan Engish able papers, books, etc. Of Cross Carlton Bag. 1 an English
pigskin, check cloth lining. A full tan English pigskin leather, pigskin leather, lined throughout
size shirt fold inside lid ? clothing two compartments. Brass with cleanly check cloth. Made
straps in body of case. Capacious lock, leather strap and with 3 convenient pockets. Rein
and light weight. Strong hand'e. buckle fastenings. Size forced leather corners. * Brass lock
Brass locks. Size 26 inches. 15!?x103/4 inches. and end catches. Size 20 inches.
$36.00 $12.00 $30.00
Formerly $69.00 Formerly $25.00 Formerly $58.00
The pric.^ above include tax. Initials stamped without charge.
NEW YORK BOSTON
404?5tn Ave. 145 Tremont St.
1ZZZ
(Opp. City Mali) The World's Greatest Leather Stores 89 Regent St.
Sparkling Waltzes
Great Classics
Grand Opera
Popular Songs
Charming Ball
Irresistible Dance Music
Light Classics
Favorite Hymns
Accompaniments for Vocal
and Instrumental Music?
2%6-AMPICO
Brings to your home all the music you
love best, perfectly played by great artists
The AMPICO in the KNABE, HAINES BROS, and FRANKLIN
Uprights from $1250?Grands from $2500
The Marque Ampico, foot operated, from
$975
CONVENIENT TERMS-PIANOS IN EXCHANGE
TifltttttW yUIarerooms
Hill lavt Flffhltoetrae at Ihtrtij ninth 01
The Store is ciosed daily at 5 P> M.
S. Altaian $c (En.
MADISON AVENUE - FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK
Thirty-fourth Street telephone 7000 Murray hill Thirty-fifth Street
Tine Annual Summer Sale of
.Women's Cotton Frocks
will take place on Monday Tuesday
Over 2,000 Dainty Summer Frocks
comprising a vast assortment of new and charming models, variously
developed in plain-colored, all-white, figured, floral, dotted, checked and
other smart and pretty cottons, will he offered in this great yearly event
at the phenomenally low prices off
$7.50, 9.75, 12.75, 15.00, 18.00, 22.50
Practically all of these Frocks are embellished with such dainty
accessories as collars, cuffs, vestees, belts and sashes
Sale on the Third Floor (Madison Avenue section)
Important "Specials" for Monday
v I
Women's Silk Dresses
* # *
In a variety of the fashionable fabrics and combinations, including
beaded crepe, Canton crepe, soft satin, georgette, lace and taffeta
offffering exceptional valine at
$48.00
Sizes 34 to 44 inclusive
(Women's Ready-to-wear Dresses, Third Floor)
300 Choice Oriental Rugs
(Persian, Turkish and Chinese)
in Room Sizes, will be an extraordinary offering at
these prices:
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RugS measuring from 8x10 feet to 9x12 feet
at $168.00
Rugs measuring from 110x14 feet to 12x15 feet
at $290.00
A few Rugs in larger sizes at each price
The wearing qualities of these Rugs are unreservedly guaranteed
(Sale in the Rug Department, on the Fifth Floor)

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