A desperate effort was made in the Reichstag to draw a statement from the Government relative to its attitude to the Premiers' Conference in London. Monarchists, irate because of the delay in inviting the nation's representatives to the Conference, insisted that Germany demand an equal voice with the other Powers in the London delibera- tions.

To all this empty noise Chancellor Marx turned a deaf ear and remained mute. It was learned, however, that either he or his henchman, Foreign Minister Gustav Stresemann, would go to London if...

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