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R?solution [irking Peace
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WASUINt; l'ON', March I. Pre idenl
... i, ,. . (|a. . onsenled to re? ivc n
d? of Irish Frei lo
pol i'"1 t 'pern '
'. , | i .'; foil IV mir hi ? (
. . ,- |? . Tuesday night.
,.. -. ... Leaded I" ex
.... ; ... IV, til f, Of \'CW ,i Ol' '
g0UKl . del ' -to-day at ti V\ hite ?
Houso .i.,.- werc told that the ,
|.;mc of th< Pri lent "??? " limit? d
- ? ;? , ould be al- <
I suggestion that Mr.
meet the committee in Now
York ruesda* ' ?ght came from the
I'n id? lit bin
: ., , ., will prcspnl the '
passed bj the 1 fish Race
, - ?o,, recent?N I P
nded that the princi
be applied to
, Congr? to-da; ' i Hou i 1 di
fted oui a ? '" ' al rule
, . po le co
?. olutioi inl roduci : h Ropre ?
?her, ? Pennsylvania, '.?
- ? Vmerican p.
tiers to present ti i ?
n elf detcrmination '! ; ?
oltltion as i ? iiertid by t Irt* l-'oreign
? ,. iniilleo vas cousidci
. ? ?- t\ I ?.i draft. II
Mr hopo t hat 11 "
ol Ireland he pi i ented to i he
.... - ? ' ? ' \ i i. . ? -, i. |
cjjul ..-. ?i read
r*d by tho II p of Ri pre
11 ? . ... ? h ? i p ? ? i t h i Con
lie I .. \m- i
pom e confer? nee now
? ? ' i- i ' n ] - n i. Ihn
? . ? . pe?, p favor
i . . n il
c right ol ' on,
!',, lent Wilson - ol . I ?on tn
t h i 1 ' . '" ulive
R Cou ? ? . ' 111
? . . i . _, : ? Represent
le, of Sout h ? urolina,
ssk? the Pr? ??I ut about thi<< particu
?. ? ?. Iiition, i [un inp if il did not
. ? thi i- . ? nternal ional
'. replied, Mi.
Id ': committee, that Con?
gress ha ?? it '" advise othi r lia?
? ? ?.* n did
? ' I ? *h r?solu
..'??? ted to the 1 louse for
nction ? plan of Ma ?or
ty Leader 1 - I ,'e IIq
agr? .i to
For Kud of
Continued f*-em jiai? 1
fore any such measure
? ? ? nancial re
hange, which I a - been
ged throughout : he
i lans from m itral state .
1 ' it ni utrals have
'- ? ' of mono* which may assist
i overs German < olonies
ng enemy finan
ird com lunlties
mtrie b Morocco,
' n m .1 v. hat should
th? ?" rman Bagdad rail
- ??? ? ?Ol ?n Shan
i .. na,
report proposes an
i poet : o raw
'H v**-:. ? i .. i ? ' r ?? , With It \ lew t o
. ] i nd ?mpori
nei " .
'l '.portant ? ub |ect mei
?? icd r? ??' ' ' to equal il y ol - rude op
this doc i ' ol affocl tarifl a
? , . \ a rious natioi i,
but *?,-, *., , i ,| trade discrimina?
tion, unjuRt ?tut" monopolies, dump
im? nd I avored na! ?on I rcat
Special Frontiers Board
' e the work of the pi sec
' - '? r.-- . i in defining the appro*, i
' at? future ' rontiera of the enemy
t ???*, the S ipremo Council has
'" ' ded to ;? ppo ' ' s committee com
prising one member each from the
? States, Great Britain, Pram ,
Italy an-1 Japan. The committee v. ii
outline the frontiers on the ba i "r
th? rt?corrunend?iiion of the territorial
commissions already appointed or yet
to be created and submit the delim?
itations for the consideration of tho
Th?* committee also will make rec?
ommendations regarding parts oi fron?
tiers of enemy Kt.ui?"* winch ?ir?' not
included In tho scope of anj con
mission, with the exception of such
frontier questions as si ? i the pov.
'" ?oncer nod rn.iy n ?iv <,,r ,;,
?Ion .n th? i ' ? ? - In the
rent? Co ncil.
?ho Peace Conference Comm Ion
? a international labor legislation < m
pUti-H consideration of the article li
? Bi ? h draft di ? th t he
Method of electing a governing body
for th?* int.iTiiatio.Mii laboi office, .-.'.'I
r*n*;o. to a decision under which coun
?-ri?-? with federal constitution? could
?dhore i?, International labor conven?
Tho commission adoptad the vf
?mbl- ?,f the draft of th? atari atlonal
'?bor convention and then pas ed th?
"''/??nii'm ?object to a furthei read
'"K "t the t? ? ed for final
? fpri/v-ii, Samui 1 ?ompi - proi Id? d
South 4frican Republic
Exponent* /ire Hold Up
' APE i'*'-- outh Africa, Mar? I
1 ' delegation whl? h
-??? >"., tr?lnij? ty go tv Pan? to lay
'?al finir Says F cent s in
IL S. Hint Those in Paris
Ik \UIS, March I, Speaking tti
* I ?i?' Li il i ill ?'un ??? |eiii(leiilii
! ; I. Ai'il-.iir .!, H.tlfi.iii-, Rrit
ni n'\ i.ir Lcrei"!! Affairs,
"I'.?, (ho ciii! of March we shall
list lie m .??(.'lit of a pi'i'liii.i
uni . peni o, w lileh will ho t"e
' st stride toward universal
). ? . As a representativo of the
Hril i- ii go\ ri'imii'iit I am in a
ion (o say that what is go?
ing ??ii in America at this moment
is more important for the success
of a general peace than what is
being done in Paris to-day."
Mr, Balfour added that, the
10 of nations would not at?
tain its fallest, fruit unless the
United States took an even sh\'"e
in the .irreal tasks after the peace.
i iiands for a Some African repub?
lic before the peace conference has
i it;; plans. Early this week the
h ' :-1 on accepted passage on the
British cruiser Minerva when seamen
? regular liners refused to carry
. but ii refuses i i go on the cruiser,
"i- ise of its opposition to travelling
m a Rril ?sh warship.
Gett. Maercker Mobbed atid
Hob bed of Federal 1'tijtrrs
lUil'.I.IN. Feb. 28 ? By The Associ
itcil Press i. General Maercker, com?
mander of the troops guarding the
Sal on il A icmbly ai Weimar, was at?
!.. :, mob in ! -I'liri to-day and
robbed of a portfolio containing im
i i document i benrinp on i ho
,, . the government for dealing
v/ith t '??'? Irikc It ii? 1 ion in Centn I
On . my.
; ? .. i ,,"i, n i?, ?!?- ul ' aeked in front.
'. .i m?I .., Erfurt nnd was
Leatoi - relj before ! ?? could be
i-urd. The shoulder st raps were
tin; fi oui ' ' uniform hy t he mob.
Bolshcviki Suffer Crutdimg
Defeats in Caucasus?, on
N olpi and in Lithuania
Cossacks in Hot Pursuit
Russian * Rail System Near
Total Breakdown; "Red"
Hostages Put to Sword
LONDON, March I. The Bolshcviki
have suffered crushing defeats on
three fronts, according i<? dispatches
reaching London. Bolshevik force:
have been routed in the Caucasus, or
?the Yoltra and in Lithuania. In ihr
| last named theatre Cm- Bolshevik
have asked an armistice.
F.KATER1N0DAR, Feb. 22 ( By Tin
Associated I'ressi. The voluntee
army of kuban Cossacks which madi
a clean sweep of the Bolshcviki it
the northern Caucasus continues tie
pursuit of the remnants of the Bid
BhVvtk force. The Bolshcviki seat
tered in all 'directions after the Cos
sacks captured Vladikavkaz.
Further details have been l?ame?
of the manner in which the Bolshe
viki last December killed more iha
ino prominent hostages, includin,
Generals Russki and Radko Dimi
trietf, of the Russian army, and sev?
eral women. The hostages were take
in motor trucks to Piatigorsk, south
west of Georgievsk and placed agains
m?mmmm?mi?tm?i?m???imm?m????mmmm im n???--??ii n ???
Japanese Premier Said
lo Oppose I,en pue Part
11 (INIH.I l.f, Al:,,, i, !. TI "
' new 'lilpl'l' " N ipl'i .1 i.ii" I?'
?Iny print i n i'iilik1 Dir - uy ? from
T.il.ni it(tii|i,i|! l'i'ciiip'i' lia n II
?ll'i'l'll'illg, III ?III- W I'I' In ?m ml? I
pollution m Hi?' Diet, thai Un ? mi
:-l ?tlltlon ?if t Ii?' b'a.t'U?' of na! mu?
as formulated ?it Paris w&s in?
compatible with Japan's ?ileus,
The Promior, 111?* dispatch adds,
I snid thai the constitution must be
1 modified before Japan would find
herself aide to join i lit- leagu ',
a cliff, They were shot down with
machine guns by Bolshevik sailors.
Those who still showed signs, of life
wen- hacketl to death with cutlass?
? STOCKHOLM. March 1. Genera
Krasnoff, the Cossack leader, hat- oc
cupied Saratov, on thr? Volga River
and Volsk, seventy mile*; to th?* north
east, according to reliable : port
The |*uiIwh\ sit mit mu in Un lia i
alarming, the Soviet Economic Oounci
in Petrograd lias been informed by th
Bolshevik ' ommissary of Ways an
Communications, says a Petrograd di:
patch. Only 4,1500 locomotives arc I
for sert ice.
If the condition is not ameliorate
by April 15, the commissary predictci
tin- Russian interior would be cuj?
pi? tely cut off.
Lit huanian i roop . i loscly pursuii
Bob he\ik forces, have pa ?ed the Hi
of Schaulen, Sjeduva, Vieves ai
Varona, which towns arc in Lithuanii
hand ;, according tu advices fro
Kovno. Lithuanian advance fore
have reached Toal.li, about thirtei
mb mi of Vilna. The Bolshevi
have asked for an armistice, bul i
Lithuanians have refused, it is i
i .i-1? '"l|l; ??lli!..iiiii'..i, ' 'iii.i.ii'iililiii'.:...i.,.......: .1.: .:," iiliiilliill'i.iil,,,
zA Letter from Godowskv
Who now Records his Playing for the A M IM? ?( ) exclusively
Dcttvei*. S fto Gr/ukde Railroab
En RpoiK wrp??stoj; Rockies
6^L?^ ?* * ?^*?-fppp?.^
Ur?i*kC V.leu* UeMoicJ **t.%. Ouu^kooI
t?uLCi^ajUt? ?~? ?CcL?rujtJ tep^& d<^^(^^^
?E&Ma/gJ ?'fa-*- Ct^pZCtO CcW^tixJi?t, t?<C?LVt</^
C^Pir-yC (fyba/i'f mow? a^vpfi(o?cp e.?cc.
BY his fellow artists, as well as by the musical public, Godowsky
is regarded as the supreme pianistic authority of the age. Josef
Hofmann, one of his greatest admirers, pays this tribute to his genius:
"Godowsky exerts a great influence upon his fellow artists. ! doubt it"
there arc many pianists who have not learned something (Vom him. I
know that I did and I am thankful for it.
"If Chopin is regarde?,! as the spirit of piano composition, Godowskv
represents the spirit of pianistic expression, although his art aims still
higher, since he is not merely a reproductive artist hut a creative ont*
From au articlein Vanity Fair hy Josi'f Ilofnidtin
Tau art cordially invited to hear the playing of GodoJr-sky
and other great pianists, in the Ampico Studios.
RffliTtoeime at Thirty ninth 0t
',?1 li; iliii
I i ni .nie il from i'.iki- I
i, . im of | In- conl u id ii a.ii am 01 th?
cm ? i ?, i he Rh\ ai nui l'n-; . - udjourne?
an : tho Soldier8' and W m Imiii Ii'- A
sembly shu 11 bo I* nown us t he Provi on
a I National Council until a new con
gr< - which .vil] i? ? summoned late
I ubor ..i.urn- it Munich have placard
ed ;ne city with appeals to workmen t
maintain order and disregard any cnl
for an armed demonstration. Cordon
of troop? are stationed abdut the buil?
?ng where the congres- -, - meet ine; an
streets near it are closed by arme
Th.? situation in Germany is d?
icrlbcd n . ? . itU'iil cvi r) u her - In
dispiitchi i . I ut Bel Thi ".en
. -, .. . - - - ? i,- ??i-.*.
tllOl . ? i'e. d] ' ; : ' : a. sn;, .
' i ' . .' u'dl'l "lid ':>ll
' II I i ..' , ?in | nit - I | ? d ll t?*r
uiptii . ' . ? ,.-? ,-,'?,, phone let'"
i iui'Ii llOl Vnl lOtl ''ol.? l'es
l'wo hund?... . .iitd pel "o m Idl
|'?-.ii i ft re i i i .,.,? i .-i .i i. t|,ul
i? re i M.11 "i hin m t.. begin ?n
t.nai', i.eia, i.i, tiiid Hull?', Ii i-,
i. poi L*d til i 'hat He llei-hevii. ?lau
?;?'!' ,- ,',' i on ii.jj m KilSU I'll SU? H
A ti is patch ;. ' n !>-? ? ' .. ; he Spar*
?in ?de I'orci i ' d ver\ feeble i?'
i*t..ne? to ;!..- uver'iircnt troops when
the ihi lutt . toon ii unborn on i nui s
day, and ga ? up two eannpn, 3,000
ri ries and a i antit\ ol rnu i \;
Essen liie number ol strikers i> esti?
mated at 5,10 i, If the strike continues
it Erfui ' tere v, il] be ii sti ike by the
bourgeoisie as .) protest against dis?
It is report? I from Copenhagen that
Muen-ster government troops entered
Duesseldorf on Friday and occupied
the railway stations and public budd?
ings. The Spurtacide leaders escaped
, and the town is quiet.
The indefinite rostnonement of the
niiig of the Prussian National Ak
Si nb'v i.iiijnei decidrd ui'OU hv thfl
i ' " tin Vfinl iti v. ' a*, an official tit*
patch from Weimar lin- decision was
I'i itcl.ttl, it Is itfttl d, I" cm "? of llu?
difrtOUltleg ?'I tl'l'l -pol!;l!i"ii
I.nation Press F ear s
Spread of Holsherih
Control in Germany
LONDON, March I. Several of this
morn ng' newspapers feature articles
on the internai demoralisation of tier
many ami th?' dangerous growth of
Rolshcv ism as a result of lack of food
ami the increase of unemployment, ami
i ; 11 ? editorially deep concern at the
problem thus created for the Allie-?.
Various reports concur in declaring
that the situation is extremely urgent.
A Reuters report de?cribcs the posi?
tion of Germany as more precarious
than it was last November.
"Discontent is growing, the people
are hungry, neurasth?nie and dispir?
ited and the government is unable to
. improve mat?.rial conditions," this re?
port says. "Farsighted and weli in
formed men are pessimistic an
pri'ht'iilive nt ominous signs which
snow a tendel"", i ov, ni d n nai eh V "
"The Telegraph," which printed two
!. n,- tepei ' il, . w -, I, ' -i.iii i , 01 n
spondent ? ho Is s ? '??*? ?na lh< ?tua! loti
In Gei man). m mi another to da
roboratlna the worst featuri
ports of hardships among the Gorman
people I'h" ci respondent .ii. ml -
Hui |f i he Allies "do not n?*i ?mined?
atel) there *-*-iil be no German) lo ite
go'iiiiii' with, because ?nurchi will take
! he pit?.'?' of ! he gO? 'i inielil
The ni'tii'l ? declares that the l
powers mus! ? f\\,\ help at once l?j dii
patching foodstuffs, even il ;
volves n considerable relaxation > ? the
"The Daily News," in its editorial
comment, refers to an unofficial report
that the Allied Economic Council at
Paris presented to the Council of Ten
a categorical demand for an immediate
raising of the blockade, it being said
that the demand was based on the re?
ports of British officers who recently
investigated conditions in Germany.
"There can be no two opinion- re?
garding the wisdom o( this recommen
dation." th?' newspaper say>; "the only
question is whether ?1 ?oui
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