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Text

Agreement

Betweeaansiflgand

!lshii'


terests

Open


Door Reaffirmed

WASHINGTON,

,',..

(Associated Press)



The

text


policy

of the


Open Door

in which they

axe

already


v';;;'

uuiuiiiwui

Kcmcni, rcicoco

onwetn


secretary

ot

state



Lansing

and


Viscount Ishii,

the


special envoy of

Japan,


Was

announced

yes-

terday by the state department,



following

substantially the

sUte-

-

presented



at ths

Chinese foreign,

office vv

Peking on Friday

last by Baron Hayashi, Japanese minister to

ChinaJ


L

Tne


agTeement recognizes

the


special

interests'

of

japan


in

China, pledges

Japan to

respect


the

political

nd

territorial integrity



ot

tne


Republic, reaffirms

and supplements the

Root-Takahi-

ra

agreement."



The

new agree

ment,

in fact,


carries further

the


various previous agreements

made


between the United States

and


Japan and rescinds

none.


It

not


defensive

and


offensive alliance,

notf


an alliance

in

any'



sense of

the word except

in

that


pled

fees


earnest cooperation

between


To

,kio and Washington

in

the present



mica).

i

.;



,

FRICTION'

NOVEMBER

ELIMINATED

satisfactory understanding

the military, naval and

economic

of

the two nations



in

the war and

wipes

out those



causes

oi

incuon



wmcn

nave


of,

the


common

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of a


copy bf

the


correspondence

exchanged be

ictary 'Xattsing stated

.that


publicity

had


been

made


,

desirable

through the

fact


that the

unofficial

statements

were being twisted

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afvai



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was still

a menace

to the interests

Vr

the


oeen

tne


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MISUNDERSTANDINGS

CLEARED UP

,

'

Secretary Lansings statement



emphasizes

the point that

the

Ishii


mission

has


performed

a

j



service' of

the highest

value

46'


the

'United


Stares and Japan

in

clearing



up

misunderstandings,

WlnVh,

.if


unchecked,

promised to develop

j

ne

siaiemeni aiso reicrs



'

tne,


.

attitude


q!

constrain

;

and


doubt

in

the



two,

countries

fostered by ,a campaign

of falsehood

adroitly

and secretly

carried

on

by



the

G.ermans.

,

It

--



declares

that


Ihrongh the

frankness

and

cordiality



6f

the. Japanese

commission-

ers


this propaganda of years

has been undone in a few days.

:VV::;.-V:;'--"V-

"TEXT OP


STATEMENT

'"'...


V

The text


of

the statement, which

is dated

October


2

and


ad

dressed


by

Secretary

Lansing'

to"


Viscount

lshii.


says:

,"

'



!'.

;

"I



have

the


honor

to

communicate



my understandings" o

;

an



agreement

developing from

our recent

conversations

and

questions



-

in oroer to

silence

niiMi-hitunii- a



rpiuirtv

l.f


1

aniKiiinqemeiit of

the desires

and


intentions

.shared by

the

two


gov-

ernments


in

regard to China

is'

advisable.



"

;

i



.

ki.ciiiiiiciu

iiie

unueu mates



and

Japan


recognize

.

xjniMijr



iitavc?

i.u


n

i.iuiins oeiween

couji-

-

.tnesj



consequently

the United

States

recoguizes



that Japan has

spe


cia!

interests

in

C

hina,



particularly that part

which her

possessions

S

''.'.I



id

anc


oi

.......


vci

to

THE



OPEN DOOR

"

.



rhe

territorial

KovcretentV

of

4



scheming

iidLivrii

ii

japan


wwaiu

of

the United States



in

the Far


a

erious.,


situation

in

the Far



I

China


remains unimnairiwt and

tt

6rmu



Machinations

every activity

other eountry

on

1



Mitii;

hun a


aiuUtef

purpua,


.

'in


mn or vimou nt

lshii and his

fallow eoiiiiulsMiuuer

ha

accompli



F

11

'"



cleared the

ul-


-

United


St ates has every confidence in

the


assurance

that Japan

ddes

not


desire

to discriminate

against the trade

of

other nations or



dis-

regard the treaty rights heretofore granted

by

China to


other

"pow-


ers.

--

The governments



deny

anypurpose

to infringe upoit

the


In-

dependence and

territorial integrity

of China, and declare

that

thpy


will always adhere to the principle of

the


'Open-Doo- r',

and equal

op-

portunity for.



commerce and

industry


in China; and

that they

are

opposed


to the

acquisition by any government

of

any


spe-cialig-

or

privileges



affecting the

independence' of

the territory

;

will



deny to

the citizens

of

.any


country

full


enjoyment

of equal


cpp)rtunity

for commerce and

'industry

in

China.



r

v

:'



;

,

''lshair



be glad to have

Your


Excellency confirm

this


under-

standing5 ami

agreement."

V

i.'-



JAPANESE ENDORSEMENT

1

.



Iii

reply


to

this.


Viscount

Ishii addressed

Secretary Lansing

on

October



2

alsi,


as follows

:

'



r

-

'



V

'r

have



the,

honor to


acknowledge,

and am happy

to

'confirm


under the' 'authorization

of my government,

the

understanding



in

the'


following

terms-


-

-'-


-

,

,



.

.'.


:t M

ih'


lonJ

the lshii statement

repeats the

text


of

the Lans


itlg statement-

-

'



.,..:.'

;

Secretary .Lansing,



in

nuking


public his

announcement,

a'dded

the.folkivi'ing



comment:

t

v:



'

'v,


"t'isouj3t,

Ishii and thq

other

commissioners



"now

returning

to

Jaj.ail


'havc performed

a

service for



the

United


Sutes

and Japan

of

the


hiiflnH

Vslue.


'

T'nqaentioualily

n

u

thrre



V

up in botwemt

,

tb

people



of tlie

Io

ouutrie



$.

reel-


-

"

lh



Clorniitii

fovemment

M

a

part



iiitf

of

auHpitiuD



ot

.the


motive

imhir--


' of

iti


for!j;ri

pofiry dt'aired

peeifj

'

ing at'tivitiea ia



the

far


Kat,

which,


t

alienate


tbix

foniitry


ant

Jajian.


1Tb-i- f

uncherkfd,

prowiaeti

a

nous



aitu-.-

J

fortunately



tlia

eopl


of

both'eoua-tic-

.

'.,


'.

(trie


ami

many


of

auaevt


opjniona

ae-


-

'fBuinora

anJ

report


of

finproper

;

'pt'l


every false rumor aa

trus


aad

lotentioDa were

iuerealu;

an

l



egi--

'

iii



Oenuaa

prupaanila

6y declarina;

timate. f

orniiii-rrla-

l

and



imliiHtrlal

rn-- .


that our

Kot'erument ulioudl

prepare for

terpriBoa

without ulterior motive

were


a

roAMint,


imKcrtiiitj

it to


be

inevitable

n'HUiiia

to

of politieal



aignitU-aou-

that


tlie intereata of the

two'aatiooi

aii'l

a

a



there

wa

oppoHitioo



''

the


.'Hr

Hunt


are hottiJe, and

that


arouiwiii

in

the



o4hei

fotiutry.

Doubt

a

iu



I

constralut

ncuiiratrel by

Um

tucr-jth-



a

man


tami-uie-

a

of f



aiBehooa

has tieen'

carried

on

fur



long

time adroitly and

'

''

'



'

ecretly.


;

9,

I-



-

hy

the



Qt

n

t



4

t

'



riniana rrociaimca

a

Republic By



i

Russian


Goeniment

Executive

Power"

Is To


Be

Vest


ed

In

An



Elected

Ruler But

'

Parent


Country

Will


Dictate

the'


Foreign Pplicy

LONDON,'


November

7

(AMoeiate.1



rreaa)

Finland


ia

anpiiblio,

the

gov-


ernment of

Buaaia


baa derided, arrord

lag to


'

deapate.h

received

here


lnut

eight


from

Petrograd.

The

government



that it

now


ruling

Buaaiai


ana

decreed, the

deapateb

atated,


that

the executive

power "of

Ftnlaad


thall be vested in a raler

who shall be

eleetel.

The f6relgn

policy

of the


new

republic, however,

la

to

be



dictated

by

Kuiwia, which



will, retain the

power to


deal

with


foreign

eminent


on

be-


half of Finlaud, to eiiter Into treatie

and


otherwise to hnndle all

.mattera


not

re.iottng

to

domeatie


air a ire.

Finlnnd'a aotonomy

waa long

trinee


taken away by tW

old


autocratic

gov


ernment

or, Buaaia,

which

w

over-



thrown a few

month


ago when the peo

pie rnee


suddenly, forced

Cznr' Nicholaa

to

nbilieate and thcmnelvei



aunied

con-


trol of the government.

The decision

that

Finland


'je

a republic

and shall

govern itself

ia in

line with the



theories

of the


aew

democratic

government

of

Buaaia."



GERMANY SHAKEN

BY

POUTICAL



ROW

Socialists

Demand

Large


Con-

cessions


As

Price


of

Their


Support

of

New Chancellor



Alir.sTEBDAM,

November


7

(Asso


dated

Prea)-Politic-

dissension

ir

Oennany



ia

engrossing the attention

of

the


empire

to almost as great

an

ex-


tent as the military operations,

and de


manrie

that are steadily

becoming more

vigorous


and of wider

scope


'are

being


made upon

the government by the

tSoc

ialiata


and

others


who

are


not

in.


agree

ment with

the

policies


of the war

lords


According

to

theFrankfurter



Zei

long, the

new

chancellor, voa Ueiiling



who

euceeded Hlcbaelis, ha appoints

Frederick.

,vNt


I'ayer,

a

progressive



member of.

the Beichetag,

aa vice

eban


ocllor.

The appointment

las

nt

yet



aoweyer,, bevn

approved by the Kaiser.

Maa"

Heheidemnnn,



leader of the

Hoe


Wlist

partr,


voiced

he demands

of hi.

rolluwers



laet

Hunday


la

aa'aMress

a

RMing,


Jin

which


he deflned

the


only

terms


upon

which


the

Hooiulisla

.

will


sgree

to

support the government.



The Socialists,

KjheidemaBn

declared

wili


support the

new


government

head


ed.

by

von He rt liny, provided



the

gov


ernment

keeps tho promises

it has

madf


of

equal


suffrage-

rights, the abolition

if

the political



censorship

and


Import

nnt


connessions

to the luboring

classes

Kocinlist



support of the government

Sr.hiedcmann

asserted,

is also


condition

d

opon



the earrylng out by the govern

itient nf

a

lea


r, firm

foreign


policy.

?lomatie


atmosphere of

suspicions

curs

by enemies



of the

two


oiintrie and

in a


few

days the propa

gaii'la

of

years



has been oudone.

"Throughout

the

conferences



Via-cou-

lshii


bas shown

a aincerity

and

candor


that

has


dispelled

all doubt

aa

to his purpose



and

brought the

two

governments



into an

attitude of

confl

dem-i-


i

enough


to make

the viait

his

toric,' aa



a

memorable

declaration of

attitude toward the Far

Enet,

i

"Tlic visit



has accomplished

the fur


ther

purpose


of

exprnssing

Japan's

inarncst


desire

to

cooperate



with'

the


t'nitcil

Htates in the

war

on

Gorniiuy.



It.

is

inexpedient



to publish

details


o'

this.


."The

United


Htates

government

if

gratified



at

the assertions of

Vtacount

Ishii


ami

his eollengues

that

their


gov-

ernment has desired to

do

Its part iu



the

Muppression

of

i'russianiam, and is



eager

to cooperate

in

every practical



way.

VTIiere


are

now


complete

under


standings

as to


naval

cooperation 'on

the' Pacific."

To

Secretary Lansing's



comment,

Vis-rpu-


Jshii

also


added

an

informal



atatemeatr.

aa follows:

..

"'The


spontaneous and enthusiastic

tnanifcstatioa of

good will on

the part


of

all hnmla. has

profoundly

impressed

not

only


the

members


of the

eomraia-ion-

,

but


thft

whole


Japanese

people.


The

new


understanding

auffurs well

for

Hhe undisturbed mainteaaace of



har-

-

moniutia accord



and good neighborhood

between


our

countries.

Certainly

it

will



do

away with the doubta

which

have


now

and then ahadowed

Japanese-America-

relatioaship.

It

aanot fail



to defeat for

all


time the efforts of the

German


ageota

te

whom



every

new-


-

developing

in China

furnished

a

fruitful


fiebl

for


black

machinations.

''It

further substantiates



the

solid-


ity

of

comradeship



daily

gaining


strength

.among


the

Booorable

,

and


worthy nationa of the

rivilued


wrld.

"My


Aim

belief


is

that


ao

long as


the

governments

maintain

'

and



per

tectly apireRiate the attitude of

each

other,


the reign

of

peace



and tranquil

Uty


iu "our

part


of the

world


will

re

main



unchallenged."

--

.



.

...


OHAMBBKLArN'S

COUOH KEMEDY.

Wlieu you

have


a bnd eold

von


wiiii

a

reniertv



that

will


not

onlv


tt(

lief.


ut effect

a urnmnt


and

uormniimit

cure,

a

reaiedy



that

is

pleasai.t to take,



remedy

that contains nothing

in

in

rlttiis,



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