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THE EVENING "WORLD, PRIBAY, MARCH 7, 1921
GERMAN REPLY PAVES WAY
ii FOR PARLEY, BRITISH THINK
Lloyd George Hints U. S. At
; Utode May Affect Solution
of Indemnity Problem.
LONDON, March 4. It It eThJent
tiit the apeecli of Lloyd Oeoreo to
Lha German envoys and Dr. Slmono'a
, rtply baa dearly relieved the tension
' which bad existed over tho Indemnity
demanda of the Allies. While It la
eitU rmufh with danger, there is a
stlnet 'impression that the Teutons
will come forward on Monday with a
milch, mora liberal otter, and this, it
la believed, may at least lead to fur-
, Alter tho meetlnc at BL James's
Pilaca the Berlin envoys communl-
, cited with their home Government
i..by wireless, and since then many
1 . . . . .
raeosajres nave oeen lmrrcnanBeu.
this baa led to the belief that lm-
portent concessions are being dls-
eussea, ana inai lucno, u iuo m.
.teriahse, will be talked over, Is evt.J
I:' dent from the speech of the British
& Premier, who plainly loft the door
open 'for further proffers.
ITllfl arraignment -of the Germans
visibly disturbed Dr. Simons, who
trosnea piaimy, out ine.ucrman i or
el'cn lllnlstcr quickly recovered his
celf-polso and In his roply spoke
t ,pitoly as to tho situation. He said
that while the German ajlltudo had
Seen misunderstood, he would have
a' reply ready at nobn on Monday,
and that to his opinion there would
be no necessity for the application
W the sanctions threatened by the
i Allied Powers.
Back" of Lloyd Qeortre's Invectiva
Km was in unmistakable anxiety to
mwi a reason&uic njrrumcni wuh
' ermatiy so that Europe, tbrough her.
t'eceaeratlon, could once more return
, '.tfctabulty. the British Premier un.
" rianniefliv nnn onn pvb on aiampj
Ip, when cpeaklnir to the Germ ana to-day.
u is mo unusn view inai any
'real agreement with Germany can
beat be realised If it has the moral
sanction of America. If not hr mr-tt-wn
It is frankly admitted In British
traartcra that it la ot vital Importance
to know what the Hordlnjr Adminis
tration's attitude toward Germany
'will bo, and hope, la expressed that
tiie deliberations with tho Germans
wjon,'t be terminated before tho Amcr-
' in policy Js enunciated. Shortly after
tSa conclusion of yesterday's con-
Embassy visited tho Foreign Ofllco to
obtain, it Is believed, a full report ot
the Allied discussions preceding the
meeting with tho Germans.
Franco has carried her point for
drastic measures In certain contln
ge&cles. Great Britain and Italy have
secured another bearing for the Ger
mans, believing the severe Jolt which
has been administered will bring the
Berlin Government back to tho reali
ties of tho situation.
The German delegation Is Inten
sively applying itself to a diges
tion ot the British Premier's speech
and using the highspeed wireless to
Berlin which was Installed for their
benefit by tho British Government.
Despite his bungling ot the German
case on Tuesday the Idea la scouted
at tbe German quarters that Dr.
Simons will be r enlaced as aaaltrxmnn
before next Monday.
URGE SOVIET AND
Berlin Newspapers Unanimous fn
Sayimj "No" to Ultimatum of
iKETTCLtN, (March 4 (Associated
PreasJ. Tho German Communist
Party to-day made the ultimatum
delivered by the Allies to tho German
delegation in London the occasion for
a revolutionary proclamation in
which the German -worJclngmen are
called on to overthrow the Govern
ment, erect a Soviet state and effect
a political and economic alliance with
The Gorman newspapers. In their
comment on the Allied ultimatum to
Germany, are firm and unanimous In
demanding that the Government op
pose me Ultimatum with "a deter
The TagrCblatt eay it sees no nur-
toao In waiting -until .Monday, as tho
amount demanded Is wholly out of
The LoKul Aazelger says that if air.
Lloyd Gconre actually believes his
own utterances, then the peoplo of
me Entente nations and tho Germans
aro living on different planets.
Vorwacrta says (Mr. Lloyd George's
reference to GermanyV acknowledg
ment of war guilt ttofl no moral or
historical value, as this confession
was exacted in Versailles at the point
of the revolver.
The Doersen Zeltung Is of the opin
ion that the decision now rests with
the Government and tho RelchAtag,
assuming that the situation In Lon
don precludes fnwh negotiations.
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at Times Square. 1344 Broadway
35th-36th Streets. 3rd Avenue and
149th Street. 122 West 125th Street.
Brooklyn 557 Fulton Street.
Fire Second Company Has Had in
Two Weeks; Makes Its
Loss a Million. I
BOSTON. March i.A tire of un
known origin, which caused damage
estimated at JiOO.000. partly destroyed
the car barns of tho Uotton Derated
ltailway Company in Aniory Street,
in a residential district, hero early to
day'. Korty-ilz persons occupying
homes opposite the blazing structure
wcro. guided through smoko-fillcd hulls
to oafety by the police. There wore
forty-five cars burned. i
Volunteers front amonc ih .nni...
of the comoanv helDnt In mnni.
- - - - ......... ft fluillU
of the cars through the flames to safety.
aimougn incy, line tno n rem en, wore
imperilled Dy live wires.
elevated railway company burnoii
within two weeks. The loss In tbe nru
ylous Ore was 650.O00, making a total
rtar&?wo moro tJ,an a
TWO HELP IN LAYING.
" neiirTril Impllratrd In
frhoottna- of Udrrard Shannon.
Glorge'McCormJelc. No. 23 ot.i.
Street, and Otto Bauacnweln, No. 227
Bast 12th Street, wre held without
bail by ila,-1atrato Corrlinin In ih. tj.-
lem Court to-day on nUMplcton of being
impncaiea in the dualh of Edward
Shannon, No. 303 Knnt I04th Strict
trim TUB si s-rinl nt tr MI...S r.. i.T.
Ing In Oie hallway of No, 2133 Third
Till, rtntl n- M. tu. , t .
hy MoCormlck In a quarrel over a debt.
yu.cviiYD dairy .MllXKn loia U16 JIUk'13-
trate he reoognlzcd Itauxenuviln as a
mf,n ftAj,ttB-yL"-in. ?,?"""!
...... w. i iviiiuii roi, uofil
nfflrM ilnpl ml fl T . t' . -. . .: ' r
Avenue on Sept. 20. oiuu
Only One Sryr Cnae of Slpint-
SleknrM the llroni.
fTntv n n .. fn mm ... . t. n .
phalltls Intharglca, commonly called
Uio lowpflt record for two monthn.
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