In London last week at Clarence House the big Naval Limitation Conference (see cut) was once more deadlocked when Japan's Admiral Nagano "placed a seal of death" upon even the mildest British proposal, namely, that all governments concerned frankly disclose, to each other what ships they intend to build in the next six years. The Conference announced that all its deadlocks are "in a most friendly atmosphere," adjourned over the holidays.


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