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GERMRNYGHARGLS ENGLISH PLAN III It North German Gai 'ublish- Official Reply to Recent iiments of Sir Edward y on Speech in Reichstag iirc (V MONIN JOlfRNftL tPiCIAL LCAMO rt t Berlin, Aug. ;!" Cb Wircl. M to Sav- I, , - The North Herman C.aielte publish' an official reply to tli.. re , , n t statement by sir Edward Qrey, the British sscratary for foreign af f.iis. with relation to the speech of Chancellor von nethmntin-lloHwetr at the opening of the last season Of the .,. list. is!. The Overseas X. ws airency today summarizes the reply In the Qaaette as follows: "At the beginning the article al lude! to the fact that Sir L'dwaid r.iev diplomatically ignored the val uable material contained in reports from Belglftn ministers at various l iii'i'Pean capitals prior to the war, utly published in Germany, but fines exhaustively into the subject of I In eats against llelKlan neutrality. The chancellor never said that Belgium s,.td her neutrality to England, bul inserted that it had been proved bjr doCtimentl that Belgium has fostered llntish military plans, thus herself rotating her neutrality. Iti Mains Knew Plans. "The article points out that the dis cussion of all eventualities by Brit ish and Belgian military officers must have been reported to the British cab inet. Document found In Brussels, it is asserted, show conclusively that a British military attache coolly told In Belgian colleague that Great Hrit ain would land troops in Belgium without Belgium's consent and that Belgium never had protested again! this, having decided not to resist a British violation of Belgian ncutrul ii. but that upon the mere supposi tion that a (iernuui invasion was DOS- alble the Belgian government pre pared complete plans for co-opeia- tlotl with British forces. Mien a country, it .1. ,1, not trnl country. 'Other documents found, the reply continues, show that the British gen eral staff received, reviewed and dis cussed Important reports of attaches stationed at Brussels. Ililulum Broke Neutrality. "The chancellor, it is added, did b avor to- bring t lUld justify a violi light fa that gtan iliti , August, 1I4, H in his relch that German tn siatcd the rcasi speech, declaring Invaded Belgium already broken in lies.,' 's. it il lIS after tiie latter had r own neutrality. lidded, the exclte rall of a violation of mcnt o'cr the r.on a seventy-flve-year-old treaty made i for entirely different purposes was ridiculous for a country which "" concernedly disregarded a promlie solemnly given twenty-five years ago to all Europe and which continuously supported Erench violations of the obligations accepted In I'll regard-, inc. Morocco." I The ( iverseus News agency here j lal.es Up the assertion by Sir von Hethmnnn-Hollweg In his recent retchstag speech that Sir Edward Grey had said to the German ambassador I as he was taking leave of him after I Hi,, outbreak of the war, that It might j be possible that England could be of mora, assistance to (ierinany at the war's close by entering the conflict than if she hiwl remained neutral. It rioteg the Gazette's assertion that Sir Edward Grey had denied having made such remarks as the German chancel lor in his retchstag address had in LSrpretM as meaning thru Sir Kd Ward would be able to aid G- rmany against Russia. Russian Diplomat Quoted. Tht text of the memorandum In winch Prints Richnowsky, the Gsr? man ambassador at London recorded the part In question of his Interview with ihe British secretary for foreign affairs Is reproduced from thu news pitr by the Oversells News agency as follows' Sir Edward Grey sent word that he would like to speak to me St his horns before my departure and bid IBs farewell; also, that he had u confi dential communication to make that possibly would be valuable In the fu ture 1 answered that In view of the turn affairs hud taken It would be painful for me to meet him again, but would yield to his request, as I diii not wish to miss an opportunity that might possibly be Important to the future of both nations. "Sir Edward Grey was visibly moved as he greeted me." He said the derision he had been obliged to tuke was the gravest of his entire life and that the deciding consideration was that participation In the war would injure England liitb more than a passive course; moreover that England as a participating pow ei would be in a better position to 1 brow her Influence into the balance than by remaining neutral, because , s'ie would he able at any time to threaten to withdraw from th eon flict. Rrjtaln Violated Treaties. The violation of recognia national treaties guaranteed land, he said, made it it for her to stand nslde. Alsi girded it as Inexpedient to inler-Kng-oaMbls he re .nsider the suggestion of the Imperial han- OSllor eslublishing conditions for Ureal Britain's neutrality from the Kritish standpoint such a transaction impressed him as Improper, and he eould not enter into negotiations with a Power that could make such prepa rations. As In former Interviews, he laid ehief stress upon the llelgian ipiestion without adding, as he did in his speech In the house of commons, that Kng land could not look on while Germany endeavored to reduce not only France, hut also Belgium and Holland, to a itate of dependency. The foreign secretary's confidential MVAO BELGIUM Lithnow K I was t,. the effe, t that if event did not take the turn anticipated by tin Herman military party, or . j Hreat Britain wish for other raaaoBS to bring the war to a speedy end, he always would be prepared, if he re mained in office, to undertake the task of mediation and be of as-istatne to Germany He had not the slight est intention to crush Germany, and wished only to restore peace upon a ceptahle conditions and put an end to unspeakable misery for the civilized world. Prince Lhhnowsky remarked that the role of arbiter would be easier for Sir Edward Grey had Great Britain maintained neutrality. He answ.i.,1 that the participation of England would shorten the duration of the war. t.rey (mild Have Maintained IVnco. The overseas News agem ill e..n eluding its summary of the North Herman Oasette't reply says: If Sir Kdwaril liny had assented to the acceptance Of the proposals for I conference he would have maintained peace. If Germany had quietly looked on while Russia gathered her millions of si ldiers at the frontier, Germain day would look as East Prussia after the Russian inviiislon, and Edward Qrey himself had read the port of the British ambassador at Petersburg that Russian moblllaal must lead to German mobilisation I war If the foreign secretary had t St. Petersburg that Great Brit to il id 'would not enter a conflict, war wo rMLVa been avoided instead of be Germany ftghti not for as Sir Edward said, but for lion of Europe from the upremai ) the libel a brutal su- premacj thai England had maintained over It by her powerful fleet and With her policy of dividing the European powers into two hostile parts, ha king at each other in the interest of Britain and permitting thai hat throw her weight where It be.-t her egOtUtlC ambitions. treat DIFFERENT' DISPLAY WHAT WON FOR STATE AT THE EXPOSITION HHUl COHKHfONOINCI IO MOHNINO JOURNAL! San DlSgO, Calif., Aug. SO. inc last report of the New Mexico muni ment at the Panama-Cal ifornia exposition makes ll quite clear that il was the "different ness" of the N, w Mcico display which won for it Ihe grand prizes and Kohl 111' dais who-,, award already has been cluon- The jury of awards was composed of college professors from the lead ing universities in ihe western stales. Thaj were almost unanimous in their opinion retarding the merits, cona- piSteneiS, and appropriateness ot the N, w Mexico building. In comment ing upon the agricultural and other resources, tin y stated that New Mex ico's idea of presenting these indus tries by means of Illustrated let tun 1 and moving pictures was now beiinj HccuUtCd by all leaning clubs, chambers Of leges, universities, the LTnlted states 1 ful, scientific, mod tory way oi preien of n community to commercs, cot ltd throughout : the one trulh 111 and satisfac tn; the resources lite world, The Jury gave New ateXll tut "Honorable Month cellent ' for the completeness, ex alt 1 act ivetiess and deliver. cturei and accoinpanying D10 tires portraying these varied s ,,f ihe "fiunshine Stan.' uid have liked to have gard- Mexico 11 prize for the MO ure exhibit but to have dmiu 1 hate been a violation of the 1 nit us They tnder which All honors entirely UP the awards were ami awards were baaed play. This modern Idee ition pictures resources ' y id ,f using lectures I,, 1,1111 rtiv these ntlv meets with iroval of tin hundreds of ton ists who visit us daily, for many limes each day we hear exclamations such as these: "My, I'm so glad not to see ,.. ffiibb r and fruit around here, 1 111 ' so tired of set in.; so viben ihev leave out much of it; all, 111., 1 nun hear such as to advertise : we actually se know that Ihe this, "That is Hie way farming the itlfal community, a fields ami won the grand prize else al the I'anama- over everj CaJtfornla exposition juil because our display was difl time we were s apd every towi hud to offer In tial manner. The jury of commended us ml at the s.iim Just what each ly and section also hiahly e excellence u r literature nnectlon With ip and assortment which WS are using ,1 our lectures and motion pictures inrv also commended us upon Tin our ineihod of reaching every portion 01 the state by means of our up,,,,:, with accompanying lists Of interested 1,. ti,u 1.1,,,, lu not Ileum used , . , ,,f . I.IO iM" by the other stales at San DligO. rhd i.'.r.. 1 m,t we were not letting 1 anything get away from us and that the l.niidlnLr itself was run in 11 1111,11- lentific and businesslike milliner, j " STATE GIVEN LARGE SPACE IN MAGAZINE rlciAL connia-ONDii Santa Fe, Aug. ICC TO MOHNINO JOUNALl ((). New Mexico M Si ptemncj numbe Iteviews. On the rifle team of the to the fore in tne of the Review of third page Is the New Mexico Military academy, Witt th, legend thai it stands first 111 c netitive marksmanship in lb' United Stales. Another article is on ti,,. 1 1, - cupations of an Indian Pueblo Sift of much interest to New Mexico is also an illustrated article on "Pubtl" (irazlng Lands: The Range (Mom stead," by Dwlght B Heard, presi dent of the American National Live stock asso. iation. Ileal estate problem purchases alee or trade are easily solved by Journal want ada. Head them; use them Do It today. jiiinii.nicaiii.ii CHINKS CQNTNU 1 null I S 'Chinese I Slogan of Merchants in luted PrrHM Corrr,pnnlencr A . Aug. t. Vhincso e. iols i" Is the latest slogan in the bile. It represents the b..v i.M ,1a pa tics. gOOdJi in a mod" n, a form against which Ja offer little obiectioti. lit Yuan Sh-kiuK d. vie. pan Pi J:1 atlese demands up no effect. In fa. I in. more mark. wholly beyond the i d. It is an a flail ontrol of the 'in h.imbcr tin. . lal Ited the organizations which "home-made goods campaign is osi. gainst all wares i in China, but the t'h a greater disposiii,, Japanese goods lliai other nations. havi am te prducti of the boycott sold in China itlg llgellcies. . pernaps, tis Japanese g. through Jap,: n Consequentl e no trouble i Chinese i avoid winch tiny teei a gri falling off in the sale of 1 se cotton no, ids has be that Japan is leaking India. A commies n heap Japan- on, lllat Ion. nil the Osaka chain visited Hong Kong, 1 1 b, r ,,f commerce Shanghai and other t'hinesi an effort to conciliate th, merchants, 11 was annou the feeling against Japanese turers was due to mliundi which could doubtless be re loser personal relations. in . manufac irstsndtni moved by Similar nuyr, assoc'Stion ently without marked 1 Japanese shipping h cially hard hit by the ships of the Toyen I I which formerly l ai t i", died Chinese in th" i triti, now seldom earn Tin; tlsha, bit n (HI h u single citi- ien of the nci I freight has alsi pubttc n dlv w hen Chlnesi irted from ence an lending hall boycott. one of the features ovemenl St to till niHde goods mi of great Interei Is the effort lo ufacturlng ami i ' i stimulate cotton man- iotton growing Japan ed lafgely quantities c.oods to' china, Tin ope to supply this he enlargement of operating In Shanghai j formerl) iupp of coarse colto Chinese now 1 themsetvei and esl capital In pinning works .111.1 Rung Kong, ( Ollllll Ma,,. I . No reliable, figures tn concerning the ootton ma of Japan, but il Is estlmati number of spindles in ll lep I y tiries from '.bia.tiao to 1,100,000, Lim ited quantities of com 1 made iii nearly every I. ll I1"""1 and home manuiaciure In making this cloth, as well as plain, has 11 lu ll d cloth, made le chief irchaied ins used been 11 do litis niuilnm havlna been ly on lecohd-hand 1 in Japan. The w oodeii I l,y the primitive (Tiinese. f mostly operated by hand put of each loom of this 0)111 yards an hour, about three Machin- Mr if supply thi fl lolh now brought from immi w um niiLUL uuuu tfMaaJBHj-V' t- -n, -A' - . xlumm r 1frrY ' U ollur Ku- e not I per ivailable. but d that It of I Reorganisation Required, :;a ii ion oi its economic system, i building . About hair ot the central govern frsmd pti incut's income is derived from theO'iour1 I n impori it u ty on manufactured cotton. I would ha' movement was not as successful as! Carthage; J oat officials desired, bul the minister aflat, Botlth, J. K agriculture hi endeavoring, through Siintb, Boeorrc experimental farms, to popularise I Carlabad j Hull modern plows and m ike cotton more Karl B. Roost pi ofitalde. I GunimuiKs, 1 Bince the presentation of the Jap I Kinstry, Kagtt in. s,. demands upon China a popular Marclal; - 1 ML I ill lend is and make her aa inding ti -trial 110 lie 1 "h 'in .iiiic Li Chinese Indui TULAROSA PEOPLE WANT CANNERY TO SAVE FRUIT CROPS ml upon the ground in the many or- loharda aboul here One man, Leslie EUiSi ot 1 -1 1 lac., nine miles east of Tularosa, lost 1,500 crates of fine peaches last Week, The local mar ket is overstocked, The pea, In s are unusually fine and lug ihe winter months, the Question has OOme up. "Why nol co-operate and put in a cannery and hereaftel Instead of ihtnolna m canned fruit, had lie canning di Will go to waste. smite eastern par ler. of Boaton. lum atari a - these gentlemen staled ilifornia ' GIDDINGS RESIDENCE IN CAPITAL ROBBED HMNINa lOKMNALI lurglars sat- , 1 1 unlay hrok' Wlghl Ohld mond rlnga alio enterei thing. Rupi ;o, the home ol Ihe same vh ln- mic t s Display and for Sp hibits Brings Moie ISPKOftl , llimtPtfltMNCI tO HOMNiH tendance at the New Mexico building at San Mega, Coi Ralph B. Twltchell reported upon his retura frets s.m Ihcgo this niormns. that the mrt t of visitor! i v siill on the in. lease, and rd tin. .lis who oi h i Ihe slat.- by, :, smith. Han Jiinih. Irvlni L " I" : Robert i- lie- .'. s, Btnnot, Ban , Albuqui rque; '"'it Hilton, M is . 10. b. h. Kre- 11 a, iii. John ; . Rattle Helnr,j Huerque; l;. A.j 11. s EjthgoW, I Tolk and wile, Ml M. Hill Wright, Pi mil Willard Heine I gtanle, folaon i Albuuueroue: tbeth DeOnUrtanreld, 1iu.hana11. have HraaM with HknMlng, nnts Chae member of thf . w (position man 'aclfll exposition. Mr. I'havez that more than ever he is Stl thai New Mexico made no mil in locating lis entire display tit San Htei'o, lor aitnotiKn tne pun r en co exposition Is i sal In Mtteht, iii, itate buildings there Itg o( n TUT BU STILL n Importance and us costs the tateelftnd wlu.n ( mm (h,. pueblos In theW mdri in one week ror society enter- talnmenta than ii ioee New Mexico I l,,r lis entire display, and Hiat UPlSSSl i (ate did gal lata Ihe social IWltnl nt san rranclsco, iu partrslpatton ml the tan- do, a to u amount to .my ! thing, Speaking ,,f the grand prhtel won b New Mexico's mineral exhibit, I .Mr. Chavel said, that the stale would have secured recognition at panl Francisco but certainly not the grand I prise in competition with the mineral I exhibits ten I to San PfattOlstO by Canada, Australia ami South fries The Visitors to the stale binldincs alt glus, I'eekskill, N. V., I'. II. I long. San Francisco were principally from I tes, Bvsrgrsan, Colo.i A. D. Boyd, the home itate and bul few outsiders Portland, ore.; Mrt W.J, Hyde, Blea who are th very people New Mexico laor Hyde, Alfred KemptBloh, Albti ... . ... - I',,.. IImmLI-L I ,.,,ul,OJ. CI leticlllllg 111 rslll luceu, ever so uiientu,-, juii vh,i a, , i ii itate building m Ran Tan- MMt.i Herbert R. fay, San Diego, I , I Calif. j Mrs. .1 ii. Ethoadi tsis Ani Colonsl Twltchell'i vlsll to tbalntss, Colo., Mrs. .). fj, uould, albu-j I building found everything ! apple Uuorque, pi ,1, ir and mi I -s' dhiy. For Herbert i:. Kay. president of the ! ,1 niaanna hoWevSr be BVt ' i'Hv council of San DlegO, was a vlsl- Riiilillnu. g inventor and lit, si, nan (0 , ,, ,. 1 , i... v. .... ll.,vl. 1 . ' .. ' lni dwi InKs 10 the near Ii Ir, 1;. i.oiii. in was particular!) d in the New Mexico mission in, a., exemplified in the I ' IS I I 11 lOO, J J Qj S OtlS boul It, Slab Senator I 11 la m In I' I'ttiikey i,,ltired he could not find words I,, regrstti d 1 Hal a lal ger sum had ,,t n. en appi opi lated io 1 ontlnus 1 he nod work well begun, In hlff A Mint lo Ihe Wise Is sufficient. Htlmatlon, everything was just a! No one can reasonably hop" for nie bll batter than anythlns else good health when hit bowels are eon - , ' .. ... Ntlnaled. Take Chamberlaln'i T1iblets ' ' " " '' 1,1 flsnd get relief, They are easy tn lakei ulldlng ai Hants t'e. be imiltsd, ,n(j nieasant in effect, obtainable SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Durum this sale we shall offer PIANOS and PLAYER-PIANOS at FACTORY PRICES, plus freight and selling expenses, thus saving the purchaser the retail dealers' profits. This is a bona fide Piano Sale no bankrupt or second-hand stock. ALL GOODS NEW AND GUARANTEED. TERMS Cash or easy monthly payments. Call and sec us or write for further particulars. BALDWIN PIANO CO. t he t tl 1 111 Oil: I . nandt ot the v. ,i.,n tta; Dr. C n. Ktng, I,, tot ot the att tOrt, who w oCl.i 1 .1 Mexico could take . thousand ummploye um Mrs. Potli i : shop ' no in. ni New Mrtloi tot I by the Inhai u M. Sliiton mid M pt a l-e. I t'anyon; ex-Judge I M i - Spencer and th ai rived rroni t'hi, an. r . VandeiKtitl New rorki New YVcsll a wealths Charlea Qa . I be I'lllldllH PROMINENT PEOPLE ARE VISITORS AT THE STATE MUSEUM Sil lllal e. Ml ,,, ,.,., brai. ,i n i ,,, natloniil a, idi ,,,, ,tt. n n i .1 W1)H uecompanicd i- man Couae, They hi ,, n aouthern Ne Z1111ti and arc on 1 Tuoh. The pu 1 m ihe Tims uti exhlbii uualily. While hei Ibef of ture by Cfonae fro I artlsta, for h ii m i .1 his lnst e etiiiin ,1 , 1 iiiford I'ulxotto, 11 lendi of mnj years' standing. Mr, Pelsotto having I lu 1 1 "i limed from l trip 1 hal Inolud J . .I Taos, Santa CTUI, Ohiinayo, Nainb, .11,1 Tesuque. I forget thai I am Iii ihe United sitiics," declared Pelxotto, "unless 1 tnakt an effott to recall 11. Santa 1 in and laoH renunu me 01 itiuu tiablta ol white it took no itretoh of (ng imagination to believe then Bs iount r (tie desalt " As he looked .,t 0ff upon olifl rising In Ihe I'a.la- lit,, nnh ,, watchsd 'be pUw ot thi Hiiiminei ing sunlight, Mr, Polxotto re eaiu-d the Bahars Chlmayo tad Banc- mnilo were I revelation to him and lu resticcls Ihe most Interest Inn points In Nsw Msxieai . Anioim those who registered at Hie museum were: B, Irving Couse, K Vyhltman COUae, Taos and New V,,il. Mist Nits r huleta, Chamltai C w. ll III k'cHtclduv and ti member of the managing commlltec I m ... M-l , m U .1 4 - '"" ' """" ' " ' OKV I II-1 lias yirint, on ,-. , n,r- ,,, , .or. ,,n,,,, n.,11, ar nlmi Interesled hi llldulga of America, the new nis-o-Amei lean organisation, from ,. they win go to Las Vegas, where 1 they win look over the Banguljela lr- 1 Ion proJSci w ith an engineer 11 San DlegO, Noted Rhine ,ldr, -, ConvtOtS, Hants l''e, Aug. ;ui Rev, Aaron I'. vvirt, of Lancaster, Pa., yesterday aft ,. 11101,11 addressed the uonvlots si the slut,, tienllentlarv Ai the Plrtl PrM hyterlnn church Rev, N Lucer ne , the pulp sveryn beru. SIAKIS MANUFACTURERS 00-y! My Corn-n!" H-m. Use 'Gets-lf I ben v..i lite ,, i ..rie- t.. Hump! ..in 1 ..rn ill 1 oiite "1 hnu rr. ' QaaShJ Did ou ever see a corn peel off af ter vol Ac used (ie-It" on if Well. ' s..r. I ,,rn lt,ni,,H-d ., IK llel. lt I . 4llllll" llttlfl "1 1. ts II" on. It dries at '! In u s nothing to stick. But re, ueia-11 never hurt the true h, m yr makes toes sore, if you " almost evl v I lllag else fol ns, you will be much more hui- I tn see how uulckly an I . tislU II .1 Rl nnl , llluwes "111 come hi oft win, "Oets-It." guit limp- and w 1 inkling up 011r fare with 11 wrinkles, Trj "Qts-It" tonight thai corn, callus, wart or bunion, ,1 you'll be glad ad this. ibts If hi sol, 1 by all druggists, a bottle, or sent dliect by K. I,nw- m e .v 1 ' , Chicago. Sterling Gum 5 Tho7- point fjum PEPPERMINT-IN RED WRAPPIg' CINNAMON - I N BLUE WRAPPER Msg r.,j. , ,. mf I IS4 UH psSN mil 1.. egtnJ Im. 1 Rohevos CATARRH of tho CLAODER Ami. nnd all Discharges In jafiSpEnj 24H0URS ' SB Ml .US'' 'J Leading Private Bduoatlpnal imti tutlott of Southwest. ST. VIM I AT M XIIIOMT, Albuipii ripic. N. M. Hoarding and Day School for (llrli and Young 1-Hillee. Hpecinl all, iillon given to Elo cution, 1 hlna Painting, Vocal cul ture, Music, Ihnwiiig, Romestlo Science. Courses: I'rlmnry. Hrnaimar and Academic. School 1, pen! Tuesday, Hept. 7, Col catalog and Information ap ply lo Superior.