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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, July 9, 1916.
Five COMMEHGE OF ninnPF Miisr nr- LUNUI LUIIUUbUI MUCHCONGERN' bus. risen (n the discussion of the mi.1ll.'-Kurop,. i.im.l has been the sensitiveness of Ai.stria-Hitnjr.iry. ,! particul.ii y H, 1 1 o ntarhi n taction, rcardm possihle uomim.uon lv .eimati ii r u,a c. .momi. li.e of h,V sister empire. 'I'lio vice nrrM.ieiii of the A 1 1 t (i wipliM-;ii h lion- x. :ves Statesmen Discuss How Trea ties and Tariffs May Be Used to Get Upper Hand, When Conflict Is Over, ( twin-Is led 1'rf l'orrepnmli-ii,e.) London. June The nevves. ,..,,'.1 n marl.uhle ilevi inpment in i.nicHM polities is ihe polio ,,!,,i)us-cl 1 .v extremists in liolli ...imps I iii.il the " H'oul's warrtnK pow ers Ik- consolidated into periiiatu'iw. .n.l hostile iOiiimrrei.il alliances. Tin' nuiliation r Midi vision must vital , al'icct tin- int.-icsts of all liotitlal iNiilniK nations, unil of none more than the I'nlted States. So man v eoinplh ations til the put li -vav of I lim "war after the war' ate i. isi overeil by luiNint'hs mm and eco i' in ii- writers that the dream of it I, si ina I lood fetid of trade may siit .', r a hricf and unnioiirned caieer Hut statesmen in liotli Uiu'Olican groups me diseussine, how each may use iicaties and tarllls, after the yet dis tant peace eonleronee, to pet the up per hand in commerce, when Hie sol diers have h'..len their swords into oiowshatea ami yardsticks. Dxpoit duties, import d.ilief. pref erential tariffs, and "most favuied na- ii. n" clauses, ate heini; woven into taw oomhinutions, on paper, and these loin to nieces and ananged in new er patterns as the probable defects of each scheme heroine exposed. Jnci-,!.-ntally. the British system of free itade, because of which, or in spite of which, as Ihe case may be, Great luituin has become the tidiest of Kit inpcaii nations, and able to finance iion h mote than her share ot the meat war. is beitifr handled iireveront I, even in the house of its sti'MlUem mis. That HK-tutlon. also, con tams possibilities which must he in :,ic,iniS io neutral states I nulish show Knlliiis.Hwn.. ..real enthusiasm is displayed by l.nliKh protectionists mer the results; of the economic conference of tne en tente powers held in I'aris. 'J'he coli-ler.-nce was projected first, accordiilit to general nuclei standinc, for the pur. pose of diViunc plans to strengthen the blockade against the central pow ers. Alterwanl its court! in was ex-i pauded to inoiiicle a practical reply I to ihe ilerinan movoment for a zoii verein of middle Kotope. The plat loitii issued to the public hud down the principles or' a program for a iniiiinerei.il alliance of the allies, for the period of i."'onstrn' Hon following the war. and also for a permanent preferential trade scheme. This campaign for what the "West minster Gazette'' terms a "niiitual l.oveotl" by the two families of Kn lopean nations first came before the public when the German minister of I inn nee, with certain colleagues, visit ed the Austrian capital, accordinf. to lenorts. to broach the subject of a loinmereial union. The conception of the Wlittol-Kuropa" bund was launched in a book of thai title bV; JTnfossor NTaumann. which has lit-1 talned remarkably wide circulation; tliroushout Germany, and also .Mi-J ilia. II proposes a Zollverein of all; ihe states of the central Kroup, nalh- red inlo a seH'-sustainim; commercial, m (lire, mi retelling from the .North; i-ea to the Persian null'. The prufes-j tor demonstrates thai such a eoiiibl-, nation miejit be lieaih seli'-suppm t- J in-.'; in the matter of the supply ol'j foodstuffs and raw materials for mati- "ifactiirin!!. and be nriched by th"i Made anion", its oun niemhers mi these i-omhinations. as well as in man-1 ufaeliireM. j Important to I'niK'd States. ' The importance of these comliina-; lions to distant neuttal nations like' the fniteil States is a npie of awei inent. Their erection would depend, upon free Made, or preferential tar-j ill's, heltven rheir members. Thai, necessarily would abolish the most; favored nation dans" in exisiinif treat-: ies. For the small neutral nation; of; lOurope Ihe i if fif 1 1 It of reniaininu, outside one or the oilier of the preittj .'.roups would be created. The Scan-' ilinavian countries. Holland, Spain Swiiz.-i land, would be under tne pres. : sure of vnryiiiK (teoKi-aphicnl forces. I end perhaps of such trading ret-'ula- lions as are belns' exercised by the bellif-erent powers to pr"v"ni the; smaller nations Iron, helping enem-j ies. I Slatesnianship ami 1 :v lot'it ti f y could i li:i lil l- he confronted with more com-) plications than these proposed trade; unions present. From the standpoint i of KeoKraphy Ihe middle 1'nropr com-; biuation appeals more logical and i workable than one consisting of Brit- ! ain. France, Italy, Russia, Japan, and1 ihe great Hrjhsh colonies, and the d-- pendency of Australia. Canada ami: India. Heside the geographical hand-I leaps, which for the entente na-j Lama ivould mean ilivertirm much i ol their commerce from the I natural cl.anntls, there is the problem of reconciling their divergent l'iso.ii systemt'. Great Hrit.ain is a j free Made country; most of h'T allies I He strongly protectionist, while the I'ritish self-go ei umg dominions of; t'.'iiari.i and Australia exercise the j iuht of maintaining' protective tariffs; iigain.-t the mother country. FTec i Hade among all its members seems a j ne, essary conriit'on of a commercial! out tncrship in w hich the principal banner enters the firm on ihe basis i of the open lioor. Gil the other hand j the open door of free trade necessarily I musi be closed against the mernbeis "f the opposition house. j StJiliis or Mmictary I a. hangc. The status of monetui.v exchange after the war presents another possi-j hie embarrassment. The well-known writer fir. fiilkui cffeisan interestinO' I l't'edictioii. 'The financial plight of 'o-rinany and Austria." lie says, will be such that the International fx- hanec in Herlln or Vi una will ap pioach more nearly to that of Petrn grad than to that of London. One of the direct conseuueuces of this inc ooaiity liuwen ourselves and our al lies will he that Russia's commei clal ctcroiii will be irresistihiy drawn c i many and Austria, and ow-iy from ''ff.lt Hrltain. For Russia's Industrial arol omitierr.nl requirements couid 'hen he nun h mors cheaply supp'ued by me two tirst-numed .vjntrles. le caa.sc the parch. isirg- power of the l:ussian rouble wiil be greater in the central empires than in I'.tilain and Fiance. Ma. hii'try. f"r instance, which would cost l'i,i'iT pt amis In Man. hester, would be obtainable in stntiearl or fhemni: for ahout S,.""0 I'.ointls worth of roubles " .Xmerhan merchants having am'i tions for Russian business after The w.tr may find Dr. liijloii's prophe y bs.ful. Austria. Iliingniy .vn-Jtive. Th chief point of vottteniion which ter. has present,. 1 ;iu. ,,i!,.r s.,, Picture, .lie s.,il. "F.xperieiict. pits blnvigl i h us tlie far-t thai n Hilar-, aad , . problcnis are so inter s-' r. i, each other that tln-y c.n. iK oui logciner. Mltl as oil lile inilHaiy ji-oiu wiei e i an ne not one m idea for defeiu-e and ait.tck, if si is tu l.e tteiiieveii, anil as t.ntlo I (iii jiix.at ion end miiiniions loi campaign h.u e to i , , pea.e time, it behooves the two tries to in- similarly oi gnni,,;iig i economic domain during the pi'. lor the war. it N al solulch ne. es.-ary. therefore. that the sm ice of , onmon'i.' jications .the fjnani In I xf fairs, soc.nl legislation, 'ind our re.,tiotis I'ith hi ,( tc "II, ic "i to oved litis or- iiin tbr ress ! estininstci Ga'.elte follow. the alio line, shviiil. ' v' Un not roal- 1tn.es in like fa-hlon " Vi-c "liadc ltcitli lilow. free Mad, alleciance in Itvitain is ' ie ih.it the Iwo ochoms n,. ol. in by no nicitis oead. although the cm ,al: , ,. think of il,iio.,n tiviii; In lies dc. lit n a heiv Plow The Man- im to send he, i,,,,,!. ,', iv . n,l 1 hosier Guardian the csiii-.uistei- ; l'iii rcfuscc mi. I of Gu m llritaln .tizette tut,! the l'ci.iiocist. all ni'iu- prttmlU ret'isinc t.i send hci kocIs clitlal louilils icivalu 1c ; I. '11. to Gei-iu.it'y. 11 i-C b, nK ,i,, S.e. t. !.!-. I'li. I' the i ll. l ie! Ol ivlo m,' 0 cal'llo: ,M .il . il oi.tll !"cc trail, ii, utideii-ono i.n, te - ! goods from la i.. ivs . eitiiiri Ision of .iH.ti) of iif ,-r,,, I. T!- ell- I w tihotit ,.!.-. picvennnu l!ri;-l, iv,l. jlot. Mr Si l.ec Slot,,, h.ia ion Mom u.u.ig to i. t n, u-i . .1 .1 v . , n 1 ceil, 's - Willi !!,,., f I t - Models ol tills .nut 111 f I Id a l.l"l oil t ! t ,. I man t..(,! ; tr.iusii Ion p, rmd -ihai a tiatioti umsi er who trades with i.s witbtint also preserve tho-e in.iastries 110 e.-sa 1 to ; ml'llci lug t. biow ,.. iiie iccli'i 11.1,1. Ills ixisicm. ii, 1 ,,,,. of war, co!t it let l ,1 trade, with 1 . 1 111 . - ti (measures of arufi, ml t spi 1 at ion arc i And the eslminst-r ,le iiitli- ! necessary to 'tslain their bnaili , 1 111 - ' c tee omens of v.,o,l , n, , r lot lim 11 ilng hornci! limes Ta.ie is iota h ib--;,ans in a prosp-i 1 v.i-.eli n.ichi M 'CItS'-toll of 'k, it'ilns, 1 ies. ! lel'lll liist giallie stem .1 i..,t! one. io I i which has lie. , in, a i-ot t of watch 'meantime a few l. .; ! .- n a . s ill, I "id lit Ho ii. w cccioauic .lebat-. ,1'niie.l Matc." 1 st. "whi, h we;-.- I The I-Yoi.omi.s'. d.- u.-slng the agi- pow. ilui . nmiKh ,o 1,0; :n n- ;i. jtauon for 1 1 .oi! ,-i i ,m the ho-lil'in-s eiit. would have the ;.,naniet..e 01' I of 1 In- I a lib f ;,i,I 1 o I he fa. I01 us. pre - . tl ol nig Willi he;h . . t ) :-, an. I mull! jseniH Iiuiims 1,, nun- Hint G ri'.ia r - east U inn alnad e! ibe a .inns ,11 1 has been l-trilaln's best .usion ii 111 .eluter 11 nip " Kiiropci n conimei .nil I nod 1, rii, .c-,. i mkh,1 ropellei winch the inxcniot give its engineers difftct'ttf:-. ! esal, elaiiiiM will withsi.n.l 1 In- ciun.i'.e. The w Inch the niphcatioii of t he old An.. neenleni yesleiiliiv wa caused b Ih. I'-.ui lei ipi in :i pou, ol .1 ice, G splintering of 'he propeller. Ill, .it'.- w .,. noie .Pile's p(a There ale tweoe bi.'aius lou , I - 11 1 lining lo'w propellers .'i.c-ied ten . daxs tgo ll is ti oiiiinl moic ton dlllles will ec s. n' 1 . ei I' ll I'.'i !i o;. as soon a ill.' e.Ul pinenl a I I i s AFROPLANf FOR CENTRAL PERSHING FXIRADIIION PAITRS ISS1 FO BY GOVERNOR Y.etSNH,'-.s, IIAI-IOV.IHKI t 'ol nini "is l .lap i 1 1 . Spolise to a I , . i:e .1 l. Gt-liel,. I I'll sll'ltr- f,u lin.Uliel l.lpl.lto .,, ;M,lo-i the pillllttVe lM ; Hit's Ml l . . id ' HTMvSHNrtieiUskirr.iltnilf tie murium, wl.i h was put on! el :o Topoku, Isan. Jiilv s Goveinor - ti'ii o.l.'l.iio l.liiu I1.1 looli t pi ipp.-i- 10, lav i-Mie.l extl .'idlt'on pa - lolcl unolhei Inlio I 'ol n I-1 o t;s llo pers f'-r William .Mansfield. Il'bl 111 unit mn 1 o ' he !i , .1 1,, o ii. . I, in .; 1 1,,. Kansas t'it In on 11, . 1 1011 Willi t lo Slip in llln I o en -. :i. i.'.iill'; : c !,'..,, ., ,. 00 It ,!el of :t 1 ., Ill 1 1 hi V 1 1 lis. .1. be llless.lfe H i-i lli'il h,. c 111. oilil, l M,illsiel, .,s llish.,1 ,mi here III nut hoi il irs. an a 111 oiuolii ie imniedialcp lollowinc The inalu I 1 1 1 1 I . nub act ,.. mm s el tp, Issuance ot the pupels. t Ihe this liiirh 1 u 1.111 is ih. w i.p ii 01 1 'h- peariiig to.l.i . MaitsftrUI einle, , or, ,1 propt llefs an, I .voti.lt ll ft .III. I, sun lo cstabllsll all alibi. shiiwIlIK that be ilttldiv int. The iiiin , oi'p- how.-vei, was. not ill Iowa al the time of the i- Xpe 'llielll ii a' With 1 in.,1. , 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 . I VILLA IS REPORTED WEST OP PARRAL . MON,NA .J0..4I.AI ttrikh Lt.t Wtfttl Washington. .Inly - A siaiement ihe w i r dep'i 1 1 itu-iit press liiuean I, 1 that mole unsupported Illinois ,1 hern i'. .cived of (he presenee of II. i al a place called I' tiiiil illo, on e tin. I'lorlila west of I'.nial. ,Vi -i.liiis: lo the report, Villa's wound le .iiu".,) hv a bullet (liui passed lough the bud. muscles of both Ies vvlihoui sinking a loti" an,( that has rccoviied sul fnleiilly lo walk ith ii limp and tide with greater t hincse I on ii 1 iiMiifil. Washington, .liil S.- I nl . i t stetl ineii, an hankeis have linen mlvlsetl, il be. anie known ..tla, that the slate depaiiMient wuiild look with favor upon Ho ii pin lb iiation In a loan to China, providing siieh n loan were not m.oh coin ingenl upon concessions. lin.ii...r,g,i conn, r,.s s.iou,,, no seiiieillic.. I pe to, s..,e v,;,.s past. The I Altogether l'ho const i n. Hon. of n - It- 1 .......... 1 I , I .. : " : : " inv wwir u m -4 wis rr i IT FT) 0 tf " l . . ft a L ;v i - r;w 1'-.-. j w m I ; a ilnM Tmmm wxtii luJ AMMOIIMCING THE MEW SEM1E rMMmMm w Jo.h. Toledo This newest Overland is the world's most powerful low priced car. It has a 31 V2 horsepower en bloc motor that is a perfect marvel for speed, power , and endurance. , By increasing the tore of the motor from 31. s to 3H" we are able to offer a power , plant which at 1950 R.P.M. develops full 31 horse power. Tests under every condition in all parts of the country demonstrate that it easily develops better than fifty miles per hour on the road. Speed of course varies under different conditions, but in practically every instance it has been getting fifty miles an hour and with case. We have scores of telegrams showing that eighteen to twenty-five miles per gallon of gasoline is not unusual. The performance of this car is almost beyond belief. Take any other low-priced car on the market. Pit it against this new Overland. Compare them for sheer speed, for abundance of power, for riding comfort and economy, and you'll iind this car will bark any thing else clean off the boards. That's a strong statement, but a fact nevertheless. Try it yourself and see. I Icrc are more import ant fact s. It has four-inch tires which ore more than generous for a car of this kLjc. Not only h.n it a large and roomy body, but it has an attractive, up-to-date streamline body. It has the latest and most im proved system of ignition. It has the cant ilevt-r springs the easiest ruling springs in the world. What's more, it's complete. Not a thing to buy. 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