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Partly cloudy to-day and to-morrow;
gentle variable winds, mostly .east and
Highest temperature yesterday, So ; lowest, O4.
DatalUtd weather reports will n found on tin Edliottki
AND THE NEW YORK HERALD
A HAPPY BLENDING
The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD
preserves the best tradition! of each.
In combination these two newspaper!
make a greater newspaper than either
has ever been on its own.
VOI, LXXXVII. NO. 340-DAILY.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920.-g,i'o?' J2i tftWoT?1i
New York, N. T.
PRICE TWO CENTS
IV NKW VOKK CITY.
WITHIN JOO Mil. KB
TOUR CKNT8 ELSLAVHERaV
2.75 BEER MADE
Democrats al Sawtoffa
Bpeak for a Itevipion of
the Volstead Act.
AMENDMENT IS BOUGHT
Jiatififation by People
Katlier Than by Legisla
ture Is Suggested.
BOSSKS FLATTEN Ll'NN
gfhfnpolady Mayor's Oppo
sition to Ticket Making
Democratic State Ticket
as Picked by Murphy
ml In Till Sin and New YoiK Hbbai.i.
SARATOGA. Aug. 4. The
Democratic New York State
ticket, picked by Murphy et al.
and "suggested by the unofficial
State convention," is:
Governor Alfred E. Smith
of New York.
Lioutanant-G o v r n o r
George R. Fitts of Tompkins.
Secretary of State Miss
Harriett May Mills of Onon
daga. Comptroller Charles W.
Berry of Kings.
Attorney General Philip
A. Laing of Erie.
Slate Treasurer John F.
Healy of Westchester. .
State Engineer and Sur
veyor Paul McLoud of
Judge of Court of Ap
peal! Abram I. Elkus of New
York and Frederick E. Crane
(Rep.) of Kings.
United States Senator
Hurry C. Walker of Broome.
Opposes a Covenant That
Violates Good Faith of
Republican Nominee Says
Congress Must Keep Sole
Right to Declare War.
FREE AMERICA, HIS AIM
No, It Cannot Be Done!
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. Re
turn tickets and mileage
books bought before the higher
fares allowed to the ruilroads
are effective will not be valid
when the new schedules go into
effect, it was stated at the office
of the Interstate Commerce Com
mission. How the commission will
handle the problem of tickets
purchased before the new fares
are made operative for use after
their effective dute is now being
worked out. Commission officials
emphasized, however, that travel
for the present rates would not
be permitted after the effective
date of the new levels.
It is expected an order will be
issued permitting the railroads
to refund the amount paid for
return coupons or unused mile
age and commutation books.
80 CENT GAS
Judge Hand Enjoins City
and State for Five
bolshevists .cf, RUMANIA MAY
oLnblULMA VV WAKlyo ALLILo
Nothing Can Stop Soviet Armies in Sweep of Ger
many, Former Chancellor Asserts. j
FIGHT REDS TO
LOOKS TO LEGISLATURE
Demands for Ontside Speaking
Continue, but Senator
sticks to Front Porch.
U.S. GUNS BLOCK
A BRITISH CABLE
Xptnal (able Despatch to Till) Sis N"w
Yoax Hhai.d. Copyright, itto, by Tub Hi n
am. Nxw York HniAi.n.
Oenbva, Aug. 4. "If the victorious
Bolshevist armies now on the East
Prussian border decide to push on and
crcato their 'Red bridge to the Rhine'
there is nothing to stop them," de
clared Philip Soheidemann, formerly
German Chancellor and now Majority
I Socialist leader, to a correspondent of
Court Hopes Next Session1 This Ki n anp New Yohk Herald hero
to-day. Horr Schcldemann Is in Ge
neva attending the Socialist Congress.
"The Allies have left no force lo
combat this menace," he continued.
"The Holsheviki tell us they have no
Intention to invade Germany; but
Will Fix an Equitable
SPECIAL MASTER UPHELD
Overprofits to Be Held Pend
ing Action by United States
Approval for an Imme
their tactics in Poland indicate that 1
they want to destroy that country j Jtymiop ffj Seek
a buffer State. If they succeed in '
this Germany will be next In line, and 1
other nations after us.
"Even If the Bolshevist leaders
promise to arrest the progress of their
armlM westward, there Is no guaran
tee that their troops, flushed with vic
tory, will obey a command to halt."
Asked what would happen If the
Gorman communists. Inspired by the
Russian successes, decide on revolu
tion, Herr Schcidemann merely
shrugged his shoulders.
"If our Institutions are attacked, we
will treat our aggressors Just as we
would treat any other foe," he said.
AID WARSAW DEFENCE
General Staff Takes Hold as
Bolshevik Forces Near
CITY'S FALL IS EXPECTED
Radicals in Election
j by 12li,000.
ti a Ma Cnmsgtmdtnt of Tub Sin AND
New Yoir Hrbaid.
Saratoga, Aug. 4. The unofficial
Democratic State Convention ad
journed at 2:20 o'clock this afternoon
after suggesting a complete State
ticket which will receive the organi-
tation support in the primaries, und ;
adopting a wet plunk demanding an ;
amendment to the Volstead Act which!
would permit the manufacture and AKflJE Jf-8
sale of light wines and 2.75 per cent. I
The ticket, put through after
f'harles F. Murphy and other leadersj
had conferred in Mr. Murphy's room
?nr several hours before the ronven
lion began the day's work, was the!
.-ame as published in Tiik Sun anp'S;
New York Herald this morning, ex-. I opera. Aug. roe sweeping vic-
opting that John F. Healy of West-1 tory for Gov. Henry J. Allen. Senator
Chester was named for Treasurer and ! Charles Curtis and the present Kepub
IVederlck E. Crane of Kings, Repub-' lican members of Congress from Kan
'.Ican candidate for Judge of the ; sas in Tuesday's election was a vic
Coiirt of Appeals, was endorsed In- tory over the radicals of union labor.
DANZIG IN PERIL
AS POLES FLEE
Prevent Linking of Line
on Florida Coast.
WANTS NO MONOPOLY
Republican Incumbents Also
Capture Nomination in
aw a statt conut tub in and , Daniels Sends Dcstrovers
Nl!W lOUK HERAIP.
; ( Marion. Ohio, Aug I. WDJF make a
I pence covenant which violates the
Smothers! good faith of the nations? Senator
Harding naked to-day of 350 Republi
cans from Wayne rounty. who Jour-
i neyed with bands playing and ban
, ners flving to bis front porch to tell
I him he war sure to carry his home I Colby Tells (ieddes Britons
CAI 8E Utate. The OhiOlans made It clear in 'rj.yinp; (0 Sllllt U. S.
their shouts of applause they do not:
I iri.si.il O.ntli A.nni.inii
care ror mien a peace. 1 ium imum umui v.
Many phases of the campaign camej . ,
, to the Senator's attention In his long
j Gas consumers In Manhattan will j
1 pay 11.10 per 1,000 cubic feet for gas, I
I beginning at once, under the terms ofjRS Plan to (.lit Off Seaport
a new decree entered yesterday by ((j ff Supplies of
Judge Learned Hand of the United
Munitions to Army.
)Smr,tal Tub Scn ami Nkw Yobk Hreaio.
hard day's work. He discussed suf-1 Washington. Aug. 4. A squadron
tiagr appeals and prohibition ; con-( 0f (;ntP(i states destroyers late to-day
jferred with Senator Watson of Indi- i WH8 mobilized off Miami to oppose the
riiB sin and New y.k HSSald J ana and Senator Sutherland of West landing there without permission of a
States District Court, extending the
previous victory won by the Consoli
dated Gas Company on July 1, when
It anu lis suosidiaries were anuweu iui
charge $1 instead of the statutory 80 j
cn- I Polish Government Will Send
In an n9 page decision, upholding In
nearly all respects the recommenda-;
Hons of Abraham 8. Gilbert, special j
master, who was appointed to take
testimony In the companies' equity j
suit alleging that the 80 cent law Is ,
unconstitutional,-Judge Hand decreed!
that Charles D. Newton, Attorney- j
General: Lewis Nixon, Public Service j
Commissioner, and Edward Swann .
should be enjoined for a period of five
TO TAKE WARSAW NEXT
Delegates to Minsk to
Treat With Reds.
stead of Edgar S. K. Merrill of Lewis, the leaders of
originally slated for the place.
i.nuii vigorous Rot Ineffective.
Mr Murphy and bin cohorts Jammed
Ihe wel plank through the convention
over the strenuous opposition of Mayor
George R. Lunn of Schenectady and a
handful of followers who fought bitterly
and vigorously but unsuccessfully. The
p'.aiiH wj.. Ingeniously worded, declaring
or "an amendment to the so-called Vol
nta4 act that will make operative the
act paani) by the State Legislature and
League, the I. W. W. the Socialists before the last of September.
and the Communists combined. Wayne county's delegation, headed
Virginia regarding the requests that ; n,,w cornmeiclal cable backed by Brit
he cut short his front porch speaking i Ish interests
and take to the stump. The Senator; Orders for the destroyer squadron 'ears f,om enforcing the provisions
is still not disposed to yield to the ad- J 10 blockade the coast and halt the
vice of the Senatorial group and if he. British cable ship Colonln from con
follows his wishes will not leave 1 nectlng up the cable were sent from
Marion excepting for one or two trips here by Secretary Daniels at the re
quest of Secretary Colby.
At the same time Mr. Colby made
, of the 80 cent law.
Special Master Named.
By the Associated rress.
Paris. Aug. 4. The French mili
tary advisers at Warsaw nave reported
to the Government here that the prime
objective of the Bolshevik army oper
ating against the Poles at the moment
is to cut off the Polish sea corridor, in-
! eluding Danzig, rather than the cap-
Mitteflfd bv Gov. Smith defining non
Intoxicating beverages and providing for I numbers of Congress who
Ihe regulation of their sale." This re- j tr Cummins railroad bill
The union labor leaders who are be
hind the movement for a labor party,
the Non-Partisan League, which is
seeking a foothold in Kansas politics
lust now, aided and led by Alexander
Howat, leader of the Kansas coal
miners, formed a combination to enter
the primaries call for Republican
ballots and vote against Allen for
Governor, Curtis for Senator and all
by Judge Frank Tug'gart and Elmer j strong representations to Sir Auckland
Lundis. county chairman, arrived at ; Oeddes. British Ambassador, he let it
11 ovwu onri ana met at the station i be known. Announcement also was
The court renamed Richard Wi lling aa j ture of Warsaw, which they say would
a special master with whom the gns com-1 f0l low soon afterward.
rthVisul eSmo Si The cutting of the corridor also
sums collected In excess of 80 cents, the would mean the severing of the one
money to b held as a trust fund, do-; direct railroad line extending from
poeitM either In the Now York Trust j Dall-, t0 Warsaw, over which the
t ompany. the Unltert stales Mortgage
and Trust Company or the Title Ouaran
! Danzig to Warsaw, over
f vast bulk of munitions for the Polish
TO HALT REDS
See No Reason for Conference, j
as Bolsheviki Have Passed j
Soviet Drive on Danzig Holds
I'p 31 unit ions Ambassa
dors Are Called.
ASK MOSCOW INTENTION'S
Curzon's Not Said to Be
Nature of Ultimatum to
bv members ol the Harding tiub 01 inaue inuc 11 peniui cu iauu me caoiw cee company, ana 10 ue reiunueu 10 urmy is hjiii.hk, wiu aw"
1 1 , j .w . m , . 3 w.. li. , , ' cftnxiimern if the KO cent law Is unheld I J i.,,. t w...l inir. In.
M..ir. ntn,l ull mnrcherl nasi tne vuu nuum oe ucmeu uy mis uovcru- - - . . ----- .imiiiuauBiuiiiuuB n uni .hb -arion
and all marcnea pui mJ . ,h j,-,. ravened bv the L'n ttd 1 . .. . .
. .. mcnt .-11 ci.r nr 1 i(' nrc'.cn ... i-,nri -rii iiriuriviir mv. rv iviu
! land. The Bolshevik cevalry' wan les
'erred :o the '1.1 j per ' cwnt, beer bill
pa.wd ii! Albany a few months ago
which was rendered Invalid by the re
"nt Supreme Court decision upholding
liie Volstead act. Accompanying fhe
Plank was a resolution proposing an
amendment in the United State Con
rtlttltloh pro kllng inat all proposed
imendments in the future shall be rati
fied by a n ferendltn "f the whole people
nil no- by the L'gislatures of the vari
Mayor Lunn tried to get through an
amendment striking out all reference to
Hie Eighteenth amendment and the Vol
Icad act, but was defeated by a vote
' 106 to 24, with ten delegates not
voihiB. The vnteu in favor of the Lunn
intendment were cast by Cattaraugus.
1 Chautauqua. 1; Dutchess, 3; Living
Won, 3 , .New York, 1 ; Otsego, 2 ; Put
lam. : Rockland. 2 ; Lawrence, 1 ; Sar
atoga. 1 : Schenectady. 1 ; Schoharie. 1 ;
8en-...-i. , Tioga. 2 ; Tompkins. 3. and
wayne, L'. New York's dry vote waa
at by Mrs. Ida Blair over the orotest
0! Mr. Murphy and the other leaders of ! -'ate, apparently
ini convention. One of the delegates
from Schenectady county who have
Hood solidly behind Mayor Lunn
J.rnughout his fights in the convention
deserted hlrn when the wet plank came
r. for consideration and voted with the
I grievance against Allen was
enti red the coal fields last winter dur
ing the strike, took possession of the
luinea and called for volunteers to op
erate thrm in order to relieve the fuel
famine which the strike had brought
on. Out of the coal strike came the
industrial court bill which Gov. Allen
. formulated and prepared while he was
! In the coal fields directing the Stale
i operation of the mines.
The combination was overwhelmingly
defeated. Allen's majority is estimated
today on unofficial returns as exceeding
l?t,0OO, and ""urtis won for the Senate
i or about 100.000, while every present
Incumbent in Congress won by increased
majorities. In the P!fth dlatriet. where
there was the biggest figh!, Represents,
tive James Strong carried elaht out of
; tin counties and has a majority of 3. .100.
' In every city where there were railroad
shops the vote was almost solidly against
Allen, Curtis and the membera of Con
; Allen hns carried every county in the
. I m.nl at : . ,r
G.n.lnr'. PUlMani'l. 'til KcnALOl' allCl '"V - ' " ' V',,,.r.,n,.. Cnlir)
Mrs Harding stood on the porch and ; . Thlt,0"bl" "'0,, V ,haJ,tlly Ukn ! The 11.20 raw will net necessarily run Uian thirty miles from thU railroad on
Mrs. Harding stood on ine porcn . ,0 prQtect Amerlcan bu(lllleful men. In fop flve u JMge Han4 inciuded i Tuesday.
wavjfd to the visitors. The delegation ; a pommercisl war with British inter-1 n hS decree a provision which virtually; The experts add that the Bolahevlkl
disbanded until after luncheon andiests. forces the gas situation on the Leglsla- are boasting that they will offer the
reassembled at 1 o'clock and at 2, ,,,.. y.n.l, turo at Its next session, leaving adjust-
, , . ,w. Warrfi.,. l-fforu at Monopoly. ' ment of a fair and equitable rate to
O Clock again Went to the Harding ..,.. .., ....;.,,, ,.i The neere.. orovldea. how-
, - I '- UIUI.II ' 1' I;. I I Wfc , 1 " U. I 1 " " - - '
Their, residence and from the lawn llstenea : ci,Brge)1 completely to shut out Ameri- lever, that If the legislature falls to act
that he : to his address. can competition In the cable business i the court will construo the Inaction as a
to South America. Their action Is in- sanction oi me raie. ana me excess iuna
; tended to give them a monopoly of all I will be turned over to the company
territory of the Polish sea corridor to
Germany, as the Bolsheviki do not
recognlJie the treaty of Versailles.
Tho Polish Government to-day replied
to the Russian Soviet Government,
agreeing to meet representatives of the
Bolsheviki at Minsk as soon as feasible.
This decision wan reached after an all
I day sitting of the Council of Defence
' i .,, f i noil I a I, i,t ula.i fhrnu' a utmntfU i ik.v ,u-i . pr it I v u... Hhl tl.ev tvnill.1 taUf. ...
story of Wavnc county is that of J.hehoM nboll,l commPrc-. VnaeT British ; But the company will be permitted to j m J Znlon of the French and Brlt
greet nesmnlng of tlie Noitnwest terrl- i monopoly of Ihe cable lines all Ameri- exact the 11 20 rate regardless of appeals; ,.h ,(iinev arivlserx Warsaw may have
True Meaning of Americanism.
Spi'ial Cable Despatch tn Tur Si n ASn Nitw j
YoBB Hkbai.d. Copyright, 1910, by Tub Si s j
anu Nsw Tobk HniAi.n.
Ixindon, Aug. 4. With the Bolshevik
troops forcing their way toward i
Warsaw, brushing aside the disorgan
ized Poles, arrangements are being
made to-night for Premier Lloyd
George and Premier Millerand to meet
within the next few days to discuss
the Russo-Polish situation.
In the mean time Lord Curson, Seer
retary of State for Foreign Affairs,
has despatched a'wirelens message to
i the Soviet Government in Moscow
upon which several interpretations
have been placed. The message says
in effect there, is no further reason
why the London conference should be
held, In view of the Moscow Soviets'
equivocation over the British sug
gestion that the Russians halt at the
armistice line of demarcation In Po
land and begin pence negotiations.
The note asks for a direct answer as
to whether Moscow Intends to con
sider the British plan.
Britain to Declare War
Unless Reds Stop Advance
cable interests between the east cohst Messrs. Norton. Nixon and Swann
vii must he confidently and fear- ', of North and South America. With this i have thirty days under the decree within
lessly American to measure to the re-! monopoly they could dominate not only : which to take an appeal to the Lnlted : am, the MlM Mission. It
nowned name of Wayne,-he aald. "The """'-"' m : n .. -.. ... . ,hf) Po,8n flf.lrBatlon will
toi v, whose sturdy (itixenehlp was can trade messages would he open to
strengthened by the hardships of the i inspection by their British competitors,
forest pioneer. It Is assumed. British trade also would
"The pioneer gave the conquering enjoy the advantage that would come
westward march of civilisation I our ob-j from preferential handling of its com
llyatlons are to preserve and defend, i munlcatlons over foreign lines.
Some da) I hope w- shall fittingly om- ' The cable end which the I'nltcd States
memoriae the sacrifices end the achieve- has declared may not be landed is
ments of these courageous frontiersmen ' Intended to connect Miami with Bar
anil tlnir ."trong hearted women. : bados. This part is understood to be
"it Is worth remembering that the ! operated by the W estern Union Telo
pleaeera these stalwart makers of I graph and Cable Company, an American
America were little less varied in their .company, but at Barbados Is the north-
and until and unless the Supreme Court
reverses Judge Hand's decision, or the
Legislature before March 1, 1921, takes
action to fix a new rate.
Legrlslatare May Art.
Regarding the legislature's pari in
the situation Judge Hand said : "The
Legislature will meet on January 1 and
can readily give poer to the Public
Service Commission or can fix a rate
to be evacuated within a very few days
and the Government is expected to be
moved probably to Cracow.
The report of the members of the mili
tary mission declared that the Polish
army along the River Bug had retreated
so precipitately that it did not even de
stroy the bridges behind it. This river
was Warsaw's last line of defence.
According to the polish emissaries
who went to Baranovltchi to discuss
T ONDON, Aug. 5 (Thursday).
According to the Herald
(labor organ), Premier Lloyd
George during his conversation
with MM. Krassine and Kameneff
yesterday presented an ultima
tum to the Bolshevik representa
tives demanding an immediate
and unconditional cessation of
the Russian advance into Poland,
even before signing an armistice,
or otherwise Great Britain would
The newspaper also says that
the British note sent to Russia is !
of a threatening character. i
By bVAVMbTCD HIM".
Staff I'cirrritpnndrnt t,f Tub Si iBD Nav
T'tfBK Hbsai ii. Copyright, till), by Tub Be,.
I and New Yobr Huvi d.
Paris, Aug. 4. The French General
Staff now is virtually directing the de
fence of Warsaw through Gen. Wey
gand. Word was received tn-iiay thai
j the Bolsnevlst army had crossed the
' River Bug, the last natural obstacle
J between them and Warsaw, and wa:;
advancing rapidly to cut off Danzig
j and the corridor through which Allies'
aid has been reaching Poland,
j Warsaw Is now practically given up
I in official circles here. Further aBslst
lance for the Poles in the way of
J munitions seems Impossible, because
not only are the railroad workers In
I Danzig holding up trains destined for
the Polish front, but, according to
latest advices received here, railroad
I workers in Csecho-Slovakia and In
! Rumania fave resorted to the same
I obstructive measures out of sympa
thy with the Russian proletariat. Thl
i Is regarded by military men here as a
! new and portentous factor In the gen
1 eral situation.
Wants Ramania fttatfct.
Diplomatically the situation could
not be worse from the standpoint of
French policy. In a last desperate at-
Note an Ultimatum.
In certain newspaper circles there Is
a belief that the note is In the nature
of an ultimatum. The Dai) Mail says
It states "Poland Is being overrun and
If instead of hastening an armistice the
Bolshevik armies continue to advance,
Oreat Britain and her allies will be
obliged to assist in the support of the
According to a despatch from War
saw Poland is unwilling to negotiate ! tempt at offering an alternative to what
a peace with the Bolsheviki except in ' the French fear Is the British policy of
conjunction with Great Britnln and
I leaving Poland to her fate, the Trench
i Government is understood to have pro-
!he coal Melds, which he lost by the nar
row margin of 100. Curtis has carried
every county In the State except Green
wood, the home of hl opponent.
The Socialists have cast only a nom
inal vote for their own ticket, the mem
bers of the party Agoing Into the prima
ries claiming to be Republicans In order
ri vote against Allen. In many pre
c nets In labor centres so many former
Democrats and Socialists voted the R
origin than our people of to-day. Either m terminal of the British cable con- i ., I the nrlvlleBe of communicating with
they or their forbears came from lands j nectlon of the island with Braall. The ..,' naV(, proVdeJ ' he added on this ' Warsaw. In a note addressed to Prince
across the pea. But they were thinking ; British long ago obtained monopoly j im "tnat if the' State does not act j Eugene Sapleha, the Polish Minister of
only of America. Theirs was more than (rights over the landing of all cable ends I Wcire March I 13'i the plaintiff shall ! Foreign Affairs, dated August 2, M.
allegiance to the land of adoption ; they ! on the Braill coast, which excludes , ,hc fimd and bc frM , Tehltcherln. the Bolshevik Foreign Bee-
were Interested and devoted heart and ; American companies. charge what It pleases Such Inaction I retary. declares this withholding of pep-
soul. They were in complete unison, j The American cables to South Amer- " ln(llcat that the State was con- 'mission of communication was due to a
with one purpose, one confidence, one , ca are routed through the Panama i ,c,n) to leaVe th matter in that form ' misunderstanding.
pride. I Canal and down the west coast. To j h . cree were af fi rmed While that i "The protest of the Polish delegation
"When 1 sat on the senate commit- ! reach the east coast American mcs- I ..,.,, . ,, , -,,. , h ! at Baranovltchi was due to a misumler-
really verv practical, nevertheless the i standing," says the note. "The Russian
,r,. nmvin minf nil rvihio , Government did not at all Intend to
i.-.., i r., that v..upmk itiiir Willi me MOlsneviKi. me , r raii'-e. i ne uesnaicn anas inai mere
nrnnc'r course is to antlciuate that ac- : I cpresentatlves of the Soviet denied them J 8 g panlc In Warsaw and that all the : Psf,d to the Brltlsh to-day that .the
wealthy people are fleeing. ! Rumanians be allowed to start an or-
It Is said the Government here Is j Tensive against the Bolshevist flank
as determined as ever that Poland must I through Bessarabia, thereby relieving
have a Just peace and that Lord Curson j the pressure on Poland.
iniinswi w u m ownnai inmao Th. Rllrnanina. who have alwava
alls It Soda" Platform.
Thty Mayor had offered previously in
tfcp resolution,, committee a plank de
mandlm: a rigid enforcement of tl e Vol
"ead act, hut it was flattened ty Mr.
Murphy's steam roller. When the plat
Brm and been read by former Repre
ntatlve Jotm J. Fitxgerald of Brook
lyn, acting as chairman of the conven-
II' n. Mnvor I n' n Laiurf ... ih. nl.i.
(Tin still ,i,.m J.i.a i m.. j-i is I of Congress against
fie party could go before the Deoule on ' n'"',n' Precincts in the country Allen ran ' peace. They are Americans all, hut they
I "suds" platform ' twenty to one and up to fifty to one have a proper and natural Interest In
"lam going to plead as an o-ganlia- 1 against his opponent, who posed as a,the fortunes of kinsfolk and native
"on man " h.. tH "lh, ,. , ., I farmer and claimed to be the farmers' ; lands. One can not blame them. If our
"i action nr th. ir-i i candidate. The man who was running j iund Is to settle the envies, rivalries,
"nn. A hou
showing that there
publican ticket that the polling places might
i an out of ballots, although the law re
omre twice the number of ballots for
..rich nreclnct that were cast at the last "There have come to me, not at all un-
gcneral election. ; becomingly, the expressed anxieties of
The farmer vole in the State was al- , Americans forolgn born, who are asking
r. ost solidly for Allen and the members j our country's future attitude on ter-
the radicals. In ! rltorlal awards in the. adjustment or
tee on Foreign Relations and listened . sages must be rerouted over land wires
to American delegations appealing In crossing the continent. This arrange-
I.. I.. It' nf I. in. TO. n Or Olfl home folU S ....... , .Ulai'a ...... ... ...... .....
across seas I caught the aspirations of American lines. """Jf'"'" ,. mnvlmllm
nationality and a perfect natural sym- j In arriving at Me 11.30 maximum Ihe
pathy among kindred In this republic. t oold strangle American Trade. ! OtUrt went exhaustively Into the testi-
But I little realized then how we , Maml .,., ,m 1 '""ny and flwiro,, rojertlni: Iht con,-
rend the concord of American ,v - -I iiT . JZZL Vl"il v:.."r rwny-S estimaieo valuation oi i.t.w.-
cltljenshlp tn our seeking to solve Old 1 " ', . , t, ., . . . i m b,,t acceptlnK the special master's.
World problems. lZ""? rS S was rn.OOO.OOO. To produce an
v, ".v.. R p.n return nn this va uatton
an unjust peace on Poland all further
ltasons for the London conference would
This, in diplomatic language was a
modified their plans to establish a Soviet
Government in Warsaw Kameneff and
hinder correspondence between the i Krassine, Soviet trade envoys, now in
Polish delegation and tne I'onsn i.ov
worked In close accord with the French,
ar believed to have agreed to this, but
would exact as a price formal allied
....... .emit In., r,f II, i. untie Va t irtn nf TtHf(-
Waa,i"5 ,V Ile1S ,h.',tv.?nJ"'V1c3: Arabia by them. The French plan would
be to support the Rumanians with Allied
troops to some extent by diverting some
French forces from Asia Minor. How-
ever, the French would not undertake
us". dWIW-Sata. " "tsrdf ; Ka
wet plank was adopted In I "vl?
. lays ano quica service, ormsn interests ; tnr Companv would have
thus would he in position to bid for i .j jj ,ne court held.
practically an American communication i Tne evidence she wed
nusmess 10 ooum .vmerica, necause iney
could send it faster and cheaper. Amert
; can trade with South America would
i suffer a telling blow,
j The United States will submit the
: question, Secretary Colby let It be
known, to the meeting of the fntema-
that the com-
i.rl.R;..Ihe.IJrlmul'r Plan and also contributed material as-
Even should the plan bo approved,
owever, it is considered doubtful if It
could be put in effect before the Reds
farmer, j jealousies and hatreds of all civilisation, tlonal Communications Conference, to be
tlie,. adontrd sons ol tne renuoilc want , ,., i aA...MKM ik ti,
The result Is taken to mean the Irs j ,he geUlement favorable to the land f-om ' was called by the League of Nations.
a rim A an a Infin.trla.i !..... . .
com ni it t easl hit n . . f
t 13. ,h..wln that there ... clorsemenT or wv, . I which they came
'lrabl,. opposition to It. I will ac- i coaTt an? 2!?,t "The misfortune Is not alone that it I Miami, Aug. 4 -While United SUtea
knowledge, however, that three of the 1 hfTn ot the legislature tWII DO rorceo rendg ,nc concor(1 of nations, the greater ; dtkroyi rs lay off this port to-dav under
thirteen nnnieri . ,i.t I to commit themselves to tne law rteiore . . , t rend thc C()np0r. of .. tn .v. 0,1,1.1, ahi lav.r
BOY SPURNS JOHN D.'S
NICKEL; GIRL TAKES IT
London, would be parked off and every
received Krasalne. KemenefT and other
Members of the Soviet delegation to-day
n. Hrst th,,., aii,.... th.v ,..i,ir...l ... T
don, and while the meeting was private it I ho "' " YJ' 2LS
Is known that their conversation waa',oul? "ul "
SintxFein Need, Young Men; l"? reT w, tS T policy, the French think.
told the Ru ..lan in the most forceful Wl" " Unt" l"" SIX
terms what was contained In Lord Our-' ''o"" Tom Minsk.
. . ' , l 1 bringing back with them the Bolsno
heh.if nt ,h. K ,ri J"'.?"? .2" vtsl peice terms. This will no. be be
m . a Br'tl"h,con erKrces tnftt the he o M k- Thr lnlon
L". h? ILTJ ."0,(b' : here Is that the Soviet will harden tho
us .1 mn?mni "'SotUtlons, termj ot tn (.Mlv
with the Soviet Government and empha-!
sited the point that Polish peace condi-1 will Flirht to the Finish.
Hons, precedent to negotiations, were as i
yet unfulfilled. The French mission In Wares- re-
, ported this afternoon that th Polish
novernment was resolved on carrying
rt plank at San Francisco was
nj courageous than the one you are
Wttlns over here. There you at least
-o wnat you wanted. Be frank, boys.
pany was selling about nineteen billion
cubic feet of gas annually and was re
ceiving a net re'.urn of but 1900.000. or ; By the Associated Press.
1.2 per cent, on a valuation of $77,000,000. ! Dublin, Aug. 4 The decree of the
the court continued, whereas It should , Dall Elreann (Irish Republican Parlla
receive $6,000,000, taking 8 per cent. 'as a Iment) prohibiting emigration from Ire
fair return. land probably will have the effect of
preventing the departure of many Irish
men for America and Australia, which
at present are the most popular destina
tions for emigrants.
The Sinn Felners for some' time have
been discouraging young men from leav
. : Earns Coin by Listening to ! ,ns t,1" country, and this official action
Lecture on Thrift.
,JII Knri'.v ,-oo ..., .l.i
, 1 per cent, beer
' M mds
That Is what
FRAUD AT ELECTION
CHARGED TO WOMEN
to ma I.
and It Is all that vnu nan I . mm. mm. m
md",- vour .dank y .4. irtTMt i ruu or f iuta upens
beer the Issue of the camnaien
" ougnt to be other parts of the
our citizenship at home, it la folly to ' Co'onla from landing on American ter
think of blending Greek and Bulgarian, rltorv the Barbados-Miami cable. In-!
! Italian and Slovac, or making any of struetiona from the British Embassy at 1
them rejoicingly American when the Washington were received by British ' fljM.rtaI te Tue'Si'N am. New Your Ilnum
land of adoption sits in Judgment on the VIee-Consul Hubbard to direct the cap- ijKNox. Mass.. Aug. 4. John D. Rocke
land from which they came. ;tan n the Colonia, upon her arrival, i Mm.r got In decidedly bad here to-day
; to disregard his orders from tho Western wtn Brian Howe, the little grandson of
Danaer of Super-Government. Cnlor Telecraph Company as to landing tne proprietor of the Hotel Aspinwall.
me nu ir, -when he atiempiea to m.'tKe irienos with
did not come as a surprise. Women
Labor Opposes Interi entlnn.
Aa has been pointed out in these des
patches. Premier Lloyd George has found
British labor opposed to military com-
a ' sn-c t1'0"'' ,.ve'h' "ePaper men Sprrtal , Ti.b Si n as, K
Whal ?MnJ ?v Ci ",n.d ""k 1 VnicAOO. Aug. 4,-Wo,
""net he thinks of New York a wet 1 ... w , .
Ihn then referred to the enmnu.
picking of s slate for the bri-
r Mnrnes, In the Republican con
"uon, picked a ticket jn the open and
" will put it through."
''"Rerald Replies to l.onn.
t2?.,rm,n Fttigerald replied to Mayor
Wi ,PMch- He declared that he
f! Mayor Lunn because he was so
"Gov. Coolldge spoke the other day ot
thc rescue of America from the reac
tlnn. of urir We ulso need to he ronriimA
BW OSK HBRAf.D. 1 ., ,ka MldAtiiM unit frnltlesa mtPMrfl
oman suffrage in; . ,.. ,hroult, super-government. I
its branches and lowest terms became 1 do not want Americans of foreign birth
an actual fact In Tllino!.' to-day with , making their pat ty alignments on what
trial for the first time ,vc Vftn l" .ao ,or Bnmp nal,on ot Ine
old worm, we wain ment 10 oe rcepuo-
have constituted the majority of Irish I mltments against Russia on grounds of
emigrants for several months. j principle, while the most conservative
Propaganda to discourage emigration money interests here, despite Its detesta
hat; taken many forms. Including moving ' tlon of Bolshevism, would shriek against
pictures and popular songs which com- additions to the already huge war debt
pare the advantages of Ireland to those taxation.-
of thc countries to which Irishmen usu-1 IThe Brlt'sh tax rate Is 22 per capita,
to the disparagement of
the placing on
' of women charged with election frauds.
, I leans because of what we mean to do
rays runs true tn form" ..oi
PltlareraM wi ..ro,.,. - - - - -
. .... MIL,
... ,., ,lmH
he always stands out
these personalities!" cried
j:'v,,,mi w inn irpi.
" ;r'"an Fltigerald declared that the
'Miss Lillian Vossana Mrs. Mary O Brlen ' for the United States of America. Our
had this doubtful honor. They are two need Is concord, not the antipathies of
i., 1 ,, 1,,., 1 1 ,,(-,.
of five defendants, ana the specific i ' , ' Ve
charge is conspiracy to falsify tally I
WILL OUIT LITHUANIA
IF CARS ARE SUPPLIED
Surely no one stopped to think where
n 'J 1 . . , . I . ,
.u.t- h mro fUe returns tr, th. me iprai wunu kmv.i ...ci.v .duuig.
n 1, of th Fifth u- ,! Frankly, no one could know. We are
oirlnued on Taird Page.
the 'Mayoralty primaries icebruar 15,
Chief Justice Robert Crowe la hear
ing thc case and the selection of a Jury
began to-day. Miss Voss and James B.
Downey acted as election clerks and
iMrs. O'Brien. Ellsworth Parker and
William P. Krumblne as Judges.
The case Is the first of a series of
election caws ordered to trial. One wan
tried last mouth and the Stats lost,
only learning now. It would be a sorry
day for this Republic if we allowed our
activities In seeklag for pface in the
Old World to blind us to the essentials
of peaco at home.
"There Is another thought relating to
concord so essential to continued ad
vancement. It was said the other day
that the Democrats meant especially to
t'nntfttved on Sevsnfs Pag.
The Colonia Is expected to arrive here ,nr lutta fellow through the agrncv of
from Newport News to-morrow, and or- ,. bright new nickel. The oil magnate.
tier.- Issued to her captain are under-. wth his well known liking for young-
stoed to direct the beginning of work at .,Pr.. approached the boy on the veranda I VILLA ON TEN DAY
once on landing the cable, working at f the hotel, and placing a hand on his
first beyond the thve mile territorial shoulder offered the nickel. The boy MARCH TO SURRENDER
limit. shook the liand off his shoulder, declined
I ... . .. I. .. ,1,. mnfl.v anil U-.l1..t awn,-
Better luck attended the oil king , Declines to Take Train With
advances with pretty uttie Edmee 1 Federal Commander.
Reislnger. She showed no hesitation In I
necentinar his nickel, pocketed It. thanked
' him, and listened patiently while ho told j El Paso, Texas. Aug. 4. Francisco
Russians Agree to Evacuate how to save monoy. Villa, who declined to accompany Gen.
.,! " .. . Encouraged by this success, John D. Eugenio Marline by train from Mon-
V una on Conditions. !j.Ucked up enough courage to hand a telova to Torreon, following his agree-
'bright new 1920 five-cent piece to Chaun- iment tn lay down his arms, In march-
Copbnhaoen, Aug. 4. The Russian I cey M. Depew, which the latter took j 'ng to Torreon with hla mounted force.
Soviet Government has agreed to tho j without cracking a smile or even a Joke. I The distance from Montelova to Torreon
Lithuanian demand for the evacuation ' He escaped any thrift lecture, but then j ! 1" miles, and as Villa la not under
of Vllna, according to private advlcea ' he has been In the United Statea Senate, forced march the trip will take at least
received here. I atid John D. Is not given to wasting hla I ten days, he said.
This agreement Is made on condition 1 words. Villa is reported by Vlllista agents
that the Lithuanians place the Milium 1 tn be camped mtdway between th two
materials necessary for evacuation at liberty Bend. I Cities, waiting for the remainder of his
the disposal of the commander of the ' rtn.ighi- Seid -cjuoted. ; force to loin him before proceeding to
Soviet fourth army. John Jliilr a Cs., Si Broad ay .-Adv. Torreon.
as against $49.41 In the United States.
equivalent at present exchange rates to
12 7. : 45 J francs In France, equivalent
10 f9 Us : 134. lire In Italy, equivalent
to 2 2s.. and 144 marks In Germany.
I univalent to 13 Is.)
1 However, whatever may he the atti-
; tude of labor and the dislike of British
'capital to further war "expenditures, the
the struggle to the death and probably
would reject the Soviet peace proposal
even at the expense of giving up War
saw, the evacuation of which by the
Poles is already imminent, Cracow hav
ing been selected as the ncn Polish
Despite this stlltude on the part of
Polish officials, the morale of the Po
lish army Is steadily becoming worss
and munitions are running low.
The French htid intended l.icreasing
greatly thc supply of munitions of war
for the Poles, but with Panalg cut off
the only military alternative if la equip
and send forward a Itumanlsn army,
In view of the Polish situation urgent
telegrams w'cre sent to-day to iSe allied
Ambassadors. Including the American
Ambassador, asking them to rdum to
Paris from their vacations for a meeting
of the Ambassadorial Council to bo
FRANCE WILL SEND
ARMY TO POLAND
fact remains that the British navy is
I still a most effective fighting force, and.
J with the German navy destroyed, assur
edly controls the Baltic.
The difficulty and the delicacy of the
whole situation were Illustrated In a
statement from Polish legation sources
here that "a certain Stiller, belonging to
the Krassine delegation, declared tri
umphantly In Woekholm that Great Brit-1 .
am had yielded entk-eiy to the Boishe-1 Concentrates Workers to Op
Vifct permitting the Soviet delegation to BnlfrnJ.
go to London before the armistice was eraU KailroadS.
concluded." In the same article Stiller
was quoted as declaring that "thc Bol- . " Sla Correspwudsnt of Thb Si ARB Haw
shevlki will draw out tho negotiations in , Vn"" Rbbai-d. rovv'gM. is., 1,, Thi In
London, while In the meantime they J n Yo Hsbami.
finish with Poland and spread their ajBStUM, Aug. 4 France Is concen
propaganda over the whole of (Europe." tratlng 9.00 railroad Officials and