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I Fiftieth Year-No. 2 ' OGPEN CITY, UTAH SUNDAY MOINg7 AUGUST 8, 192o7 PRICE FIVE CENTS J
THOUSANDS CHEER COX'S ADDRESS!
MO COLLISION NEAR HOT SPRINGS FATAL!
I RESIDENT OF
I mm city
I CRASH. VICTIM
Ls Walter Laricy Receives Crush
V ed Skull When Cars Collide
J on Highway
I OCCUPANTS OF OTHER i
I AUTO ESCAPE INJURY
Inquest to Be Conducted To
ll morrow to Sift Blame for
"jM Walter Laricy 21 years of age. a
resident of Brlgham City, was killed
S on the state highway about on mile
north of Utah Hot Spring at 980
H o'clock last night In an automobile
Rov F. Watkins. also of Brlgham.
M and two Wlllard men were slight
cfl hurt in the. same accident.
The Laricy automobile in which
fM Watkins and the two Wlllard men
were seated was 'raveling toward the
fl Hoi Springs from Brlgham City
TRAVELING m ll
The other automobile figuring in
tho accident as operated b' John j
sfl i;. L-wfun of Brlgham City He was
traveling north toward Brlgham In
i his car were Dave Lawaou and George
HI Uwson. nepliews of John Lawson
H- who Uvea al J.cromc, Idaho.
jW Just how the collls;on occurred was
iML not clear from the accounts of wlt-
jH r nesscs. The occupants of the Laricy ;
car were thrown out and the auto-:
mobile turned over.
B9 Laricy struck the concrete pajve-t
Wffl ment with great force and his skull I
:yAl wal i i " ih d Hi was I n to the ;
3 Hot Springs where be died five haln-j
'-JI utes lati r
5I Watkins was onl; slightly hurt and i
fija lht" occupants of the Laricy car os-
gjj raped with nothing more severe than I
. j a boa King
The Laricy car was almost a com
9 plete wreck while the Lawson auto
'JU escaped with a damaged left front
fl Sheriff Job Welling of Box Bldei
coutv conducted an Investigation us
im did also Dick Wootton sheriff! deputj
Jft of Weber county It was '1 clared
f, likely an Inquesl would be beld to-
V, morrow at Brlgham.
fl Laricy Ik the son of Mr. and Mrs
HI J. Z. Laricy of Brlgham Cit. Hlaj
body was taken to Brlgham City and j
lb Is at an undertaking establishment j
f BUTTE YOUTH IS
1 KILLED BY U. P.
' TRAIN IN YARDS
t Leslie Thompson of Putte.
Mont., .stepped from a freight
train in front of second section
of Union Pacific passenger train
No. 1 near Twenty-seventh street
and Pacific last evening and suf
fered Injuries that resulted in his
death at the Dee hospital, short
, ly after.
He was 23 years old.
A companion named ' Hsn wu
Injured about the left arm and
bead In a fruitless effort to brush
Thompson out of danger
Thompson's body was removed
! to Klrkendall's mortuary. His
(fl mother at Butte was notified and
n? sho left on an early train for
Jrj Both boys were said to be beat-
3T ing their way on the railroad.
m - MAIL PLANE SMASHED
IN LANDING NEAR RENO
K RENO, Nev . Aug. 7 An accident
to the landing gear of one of the
monoplanes blazing the aerial mall
trull ucrosa the continent, caused sev
eral hours" delay at Dry Lake, about
H ter. miles north of here this morning.
fM "ho planes started from Reno ut 8 30
M end landed at Dry Lake an hour later
M to pick up several members of tho
IH party who had motored there. The
H smashed landing gear prevented i Is-
H Ir.g again until repairs were made.
IH Captain Edward lllckonbacker, a
II number of the party said over tho
II long-distance telephone that they ex-
II pected to be started before two o'clock
II and would land In San Francisco about
II 5 p. m.
If IOWA SEEKS UNIFORM
!; GRAIN RATES TO EAST
I CHICAGO. Aug. 7 Governor W. L.
i Harding, of Iowa, left tonight for
1 Washington to appeal to the Interstate
H eommerco commission to equalize
ML, freight rates by rail and water on
IF grain from the west to the eaHt, so
II that grain enn be moved thorugh Chi
ll cago and then by boat to Buffalo and
II from there east.
THIS EX-SOLDIER T
WANTS TO FORM I
DEAD MAN'S CLUB
AKRON 0, Aug. 7. Wil
ham Wirt is originator of a
, plan to form a "dead man's i
club. ' Wirt was listed, during ,
; j the war, as dead. His name was
j I on a bronco tablet and he got
; home in time to attend cere
monies ano. have his name
chipped off the list. Wirt says
there are hundreds of ethers
who were listed as legally dead, j
but who" an alive and well.
VILLA 15 GIVEN
Fifty Trusted Followers Paid
By Government to Guard
Chief for Life
BAN i ::DRO, Coahulla. Aug
(Via Laredo Junction .'--( By The As
sociated Press.) Under terms of his
"unconditional" surrender 1'rac.clsoo
Villa. Mexican bandit leader, will get
a huge estate at Canutllla, Durango,
where he will be guarded for the re
mainder of his life by fifty Of bis
trusted followers who V.' ll !- p ud ly
the government, it was learned hore
PROt ES EXPENSIVE.
Villa s surrender will coat the Mexi
can government two minion uunaia,
according to estimates.
Villa, with SOU officers and men. !s j
en route overland to San Pedro from
Cuatro Clenegax for final arrangement
for surrender. He will reach here Mon
day and then march to Comez Pala
olo, where his men will be disarmed
and receive a year's pay, prior to being
given farms r
Villa's spies also arc en route to
Tin- personal guard of fify Villa
Will select, it Is presumed, from j
among his most trusted officers
The guard Will be paid according
to the rank the various ffleere held
und-r Villa uid cannot be displaced.
M A ER FIGHT AGAIN"
Before signing the agreement Villa
gave his ' word of honor" never to
fight against the constitutional govern
ment or against Mexico and General
Eugenlo Martinez, guve his word of
honor that the conditions agreed on j
would be complied with.
The agreement creates in Mexico a !
situation paralleling that resulting in1
iiic Cmi'-d St.ittM from th' Indian Fel-
Villa Is as independent as ever.
SAN PEDRO, Coahulla, Mexico.
Am: 7. By The Associated Pres.) I
Villa has been given assurances tho
Mexican government will oppose any
attempt to extradite him to the United
Slates to answer for participation in
the raid on Columbus, N. M In March,
IMG. friends of Villa announced to-
AMERICANS OF POLISH
DESCENT URGE ACTION
NEW YORK. Aug. 7 American
citizens of Polish birth or descent as
sembling today eight states, planned
demonstrations in nearly 100 cities
August 1j to obtain American aid for
The delegation planned appoint
ment of committees to call on Presi
dent Wilson, Senator Harding and
Governor Cox to urge upon them lh
need for this country intervening for
CHICAGO. Aug. 7 Representatives
of nigricans of Polish descent in :
en middle west states today laid plans
i.i raise money and recruit men to help
FLIGHT FROIVI CANAL ZONE
TO WASHINGTON PLANNED
WASHINGTON Aug. 7. Authority
I has been granted Bieutenant C. B.
! Austin of the army air service to at
ii'inpt a flight from the Panama canal
.one to Wushlngton. it was anounced
today. He hopes to leave Panama In
September using a regulation D. H,
48 military plane
SEND RELIEF OVERSEAS
NEW YORK, Aug. 7. The Metho
dist Kplseopnl church has extended r
llef to Europe and Armenia amounting
to $742,77. it was announced tonight.
TANKS TO STOP
Strikers Agree to Return If
Company Ousts All Strike
breakers MANAGER REFUSES TO
DEAL WITH EMPLOYES
Meeting Called to Consider
Corporation's Attitude For
bidden By Colonel
DENVER, Aug 7. At a conference)
itenlght of military, state nnd civil j
authorities It was decided to start,
'street pars running on every line In'
I the city at 8 o'clock tomorrow morn-
Present at the conference wore Col..
C. C. Ballou, commander of the troops'
now on duty here; Mayor Dewey C. !
I Bailey, Joseph E Moorehead. secre-1
tar to Governor Shupe and "Slack
I Jack" Jerome, leader of the strike-j
j bi t ukei s.
Sixty cars will be In regular opera-1
ftion by tomorrow nignt, it was
1 planned at the conference. They will
be manned by strikebreakers. Armod
guards, pqsted on every car which has
! r iinric piif'.Ttt Kiirnw lnn. .the.. Strike
I vas"flWHToa; wHf"T5e dispensed with.
The crews will not he armed.
TROOPS TO GUARJJ.
I Police will not follow the cars in
I a utomobiles. as they have done on all
I previous efforts to operate the tram
way system. Tho routes the cars will
take, however, will be puti oiled by
tile troops now here and those ox
pected early in the morning from
Camp Eunstoo, Kans.
1 ne cars will most certainly carry
passengers," Mayor Bailey said.
With every downtown street pa-
K . M A 4 ..,4 .....II
guards, tioops on duty at ever) car
barn, and squads of special police all
every station awaiting rush tails. Den-!
vi r was comparative! v quiet tonight.
POLft E BTONtHD.
PoIk.- answered a few riot calls, but
they proved groundless. There were,
ho concerted attempts at destruction, I
such its marked Thursday and Friday
nights, when six persons were killed:
and fifty injured.
Gatherings on street corners were,
Bight automobiles bearing police
men were stoned while answering a;
riot call at the plant of the Denver
Ges and Electric company. They pro-1
reeded to the plant and dispersed',
small crowds There was no concert-'
ed attack on the building and no op-1
position was met.
M ill IM, liN ED.
DENVER, Colo. Aug. 7. Colonel I
C. C, Ballou, in command of federal'
troops In Denver, this afternoon re
fused to permit striking car men to,
gather at 5:0 o'clock this afternoon
to vote finally on calling off the strike,
on the lines of the Kenver tramway, i
Colone; Ballou forbade tne meeting'
because he considered it unwise to
permit so many men to gather in a1
hall ut that hour of the evening. Earl
ier in Ihe da the commanding office
had Issued orders forbidding all pub
t n n:i:i ti i a
I Colonel Ballou promised union lead
iers that If there was no rioting tonight
he would permit them to meet, at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning Meanwhile1
Frederick W. Hlld, general manager of
the company, announced 'We will not I
deal with the union '
At a mer-tinx this morning th men
voted to return to work if the tram
way company met certain conditions!
One was that the men would be per
mitted to come buck In a body, An
other was that strike breakers should
be diseh.irged by the company while
a third culled for a working agreement
between the union and tho company.
When the meeting of men adjourn
ed before noon, it was agreed that
they would gather at 6:30 o'clock this
afternoon to hear the uttltudc of the I
company and vote finally on calling
off of the strike. Following the meet
ing of union men, company officials
declined to treat with the union.
WILL OPERATE FRIDAY
At a conference participated in by
city officials and officers of the trani
vav companj this afternoon, Hlld
gave assurances that street cars would
be operated tomorrow. These will be
I manned by strike-breakers. No cars
were operated today
Illhl announced tho company was
prepnred to take back many of its old
employes as Individuals and said he
would Issue a statement later telling
them where they might apply for their
Hlld declared the union men for
feited all rlghl to a part In company
affairs when they struck and asserted
they would he dealt with as Individ
uals only. He also declared the com
pany would discharge no strike
breakers. TROOPS ON GUARD
With two hundred and fifty federal
troops In tho city tonight from Port
Logan, and two thousand American
i (Continued on l'ngo Two.)
POLICE SCENT j
PLOT TO BLOW
UP FORD PLANT
DETROIT, Aug. 7. Authori-1
ties are investigating what the'
believe mav have been an at-1
j tempt to dynamite part of the
; Ford MoioT company's plant
j early today, when dynamite
wrapped in a towel, was found i
I by a fireman in the engine room
of the dry kiln.
The dynamite was traced to j
one of the waste paper baskets
in the factory yard.
English Speaking Mob Invades
Foreign Settlement At
West Frankfort, III
VKfiT PnAXKr'N'-r, 111.. Aug. 7
The first known fatality in doling
here occurred todur when 100 Eng-llph-speAklng
residents Invuded the
Italian settlement and killed lxuls
Carrarl, 40 The mob entered the
Currurl home Shortly after a mllltar)
guard had been withdrawn temporar
ily, Carrarl was shot In the bead and
Iv.ice in tho back His skull was
crushed with a meat cleaver. Ho had
five children. Mrs. Carrarl ran for
assistance, and when troops arrived
the mob had dispersed.
Militiamen were thrown around the
... t I n m.nt n rwl rn .!lnn.J.a hnt-n
More than 7o0 national guardsman.
Including me m hern of two machine-:
gun compunies, are here.
Several Italians were Injured In min-1
or disturbances today and one suf
fered a slight fracture of the skull.
SI'KINr.rn:i.l. III. Aug 7. A
grand Jury Investigation of the riots
at West Frankfort, 111., and prosscu
tlon of guilty rloteis is prompted by
action of Attorney General Brundage
In sending C W Middlekauf to aid
tiie Frankfort county state's attorney :
COX HAS STRADDLED
ISSUE. NEW DECLARES
SHICAGO Aug 7. Senator Harry!
IS. New, of Indiana, chairman of the'
ltepubllcun campaign speakers com-:
mlttee. and member of the senate fore
, ign relations committee, in a state
ment tonight declared that Governor
I Cox today had "devoted three column'
I to the league of nations, but had
I straddled tlu- real league issue.''
"Governor Cox is in the position of
holding fast to President Wilson with
i one hand and reaching for the public
with the other,"! said the statement,
"lie leaves unanswered the main is
sue of the league Article ten and no
one knows how he stands on It ex
oepl by interpreting his statement
mdde after the conference with Presi
dent Wllaon as meaning he favors it.
I Governor Cox must come out clearly
, In the campaign and ay Whether he
favors Article Ten; whether he favors
.sending American troops abroad"
TWO INFANTRY REGIMENTS
ARE ORDERED TO HAWAII
WASHINGTON. Aug. 7 The Thirty-fifth
and Forty-fourth infantr) reg
iments have teen assigned o duty In
jthe Hawaiian Islands. Adjutant Gen
eral Harris said tonight that the
'movement waa part of the ro-dlstribu-tion
of the regular army under tho
corps organization to be substituted
j for the geographies departments
REDS INVITE BULGARIA
TO RESUME PEACE TALKS
I LONDON. Aug S. A wireless dls-
patoh from Moscow announced that
Foreign Minister Tcheterln has sent
a note to tho Rumanians saying Kus
nlu Is prepared to resume peace nego
tiations with that country. The min
ister ascribes tho break In tho prev
ious negotiations to a misunderstand
RETURN OF SOLDIER DEAD
IS FOURTH COMPLETED
WASHINGTON. Aug. 7. Bodies of
2,891 American soldier dead have been
returned from overseas, the war de
partment announced today and those
of 1,338 others are onroute. Requests
hfavo been received for return Of ap
proximately 4 5.000 bodies from France
TRIPS IN HOT
SUli FOR MILE
Crowd Estimated At From 30,
000 to 75,000 Witness
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
Cheers Greet Attacks on G. 0.
P. and Throng Shouts for
j DAYTON, Ohio. Aug. 7. Tho Dem
ocratic presidential standard, with the
; league of nations and progress Its
I peak escutcheons, today was marched
! in the 1320 campaign by Governor
i James M. Cox.
Cheering Democrats, estimated at
j between 30,000 and 75.000. witnessed
his acceptance following notification
l'v Senai'T Robinson, chairman ut the
San Francisco convention
To the ceremonies at the Mont
gomery county fair grounds. Governor
fox with Frunklln D. Roosevelt ht
running iptte, Marched a mile in n
broiling shn .at tho head of a pa
rade. The ffroc5filon. spr.nklcri wilhj
I two score bands, was estimated toi
contain m aily 2Q000 marchers.
T MdvS TV ) HOI US
For two hours tho governor kept
: the throng cheering as hi gave his
campaign policies. He made tho
league his paramount declaration, de
clarlng he stood for American and
! world peace by Its adoption, with "In
terpretations" preserving its vital
plan He declared the league was a
part of the I ejnocratlc offering of
, progress as against Republican reac
tion His advocacy of the league ;
drew lenalhy demonstrations and 1
statements of approval from partv !
Two covenant reservations he ha
suggested were emphasised by the
governor. Regarding article ten. he
was cheered loudly in comparing It to
th Monroe doctrine. Shouts of ap
proval also greeted his declarations'
lor woman suffrage, law enforcement
reduction ot taxation and other Is
sues ho proclaimed.
LAW K.N 1'ORt EM 1 S N T
Without mentioning specifically the
prohibition amendment he said "ai.y
one false to his o.'ith Is more un
worthy than the law violator."
The candidates address, closed a
day of Democratic JubDIation Rain
early In the dav gave way to bright
sunshine, but shortly before tho gov-j
ernor concluded another light rain
poured upon the crowds, causing
many to leave
The program eras late In starting
Governor Cox and Mr. Roosevelt did
not reach the lair grounds until ' 2o
and their review of the paraders coi.
tinued until four. Governor Cox be
gan his address at 4.4 0.
PARADE un TRACK
After the Democratic leaders, the'
thousands of cheering Democrats pf
raded down the race track pant the
speakers' Stand with bands placing.
banneiM ami flags waving u'id hearing
hundreds of cards of tribute to their
candidates and predicting victory,
i The governor got more applause
i as he emphasized his indictment of I
the Republican platform and leader-j
ship The crowd also voiced Its ap
proval of his declaration that .he lossl
of the league would mean more aura-1
i The candidate's tribute to I'reyl-j
dent Wilson and his deprccat on of j
Republican "dlscburteey' given In
lowered voice was given further rolls
l of applause. A demonstration fol
i lowed his assertion that Rcpubllian
Sleuthing" had failed to unearth dis
honesty In the direction of tho war
Till MPS WITH FIST
Mure cheers approved the candi
dal s pledge to aid ex-sorvlec men.
Repeated thumps of hi fist puno-
I tuated tho governor's criticism of
I Senator Harding s stand on party
The governor delivered only one
. sentence of hie statement on educa
' tlon. Jumping to campaign contribu
tions and ho was cheered in declar-j
, ing the Democrats would not attempt
campaign 'dollar competition with tho
Tho ceremony closed with tho beno
dlctlon, given by the Rov. M. P.
Neville of Holy Angels' Roman Cath
TWO POLICEMEN DIE IN
BATTLE WITH BANDITS
FERNIB, O. C, Aug 7. Provincial
Policeman Usher, Mounted Policeman
Bailey and an unidentified man, were
killed today in a pistol fight at Belle
lie Alberta, between th police and
three men supposed to have been t hose
who robbed s Canadian Pacific train
at Sentinel, Alberta, Monday night.
Two of the suspects., one of whom was
Top Governor Roberts 0
Tennessee who has called the
special session to act on suffrage
tomorrow. Miilrlle Speaker
Todd of tlic senate who will
vote for suffrage if his vote is
needed. Bottom Speaker
Walker of the house who pre
ACT THIS WEEK
Q N SUFFRAGE
Governor Issues Call for
Speial Session, Result on
Amendment in Doubt
NASHV1DLE. Trim.. Aug. 7. The
formal call for the special session of
the ft ate legislature to begin MohdSJ
and to consider among other things;
ratification of tho federal suffrage I
amendment vvus Issued todav by Gov
The first Item mentioned In tho ex-i
tra session call Is action on the nuf-
frags amendment. The next Is action;
to tix the IckuI status of women The:
third Item is to prescribe the qu.illfl-
cations of women for suffrage, includ-,
ing Imposition of poll tax and to pro
vide for their registration
vi COULD VOTE
Should the legislature uct favor-1
ably on the amendment. Tennessee
would become the thb'ty-slxth state to
ratify and the constitutional change
would become effective in time for
the women of tho country to vote in
tho presidential elections in Novem-:
COXFLICTIM. v I AIMS
Conflicting claims us to the ultimate
action of the state assembly are made
by suffrage and anti-suffrage leaders
who have been here nearly a month.
I'ropnnents i.i I" ratification lontcndcd
that they had gained in tho special
election August 5 at which three niem-1
hers of the senate and ten members
of tho house wero elected
Many members of the legislature
probably will be unablo to arrive in
time- for the first session. News of
tho call cannot reach sumo until Mon
Senate floor leaders for suffrage
will be senators Albert El Hill, Demo
crat, and J. s. Cook, Republican In
the house th suffragists havo asked
T. K Rlddlck to lead.
BOTH SIDES CONFIDENT.
Both sides appear confident Suf
fragists undoubtedly have been cheer
ed by results of the special elections
to fill thirteen vacancies.
They claim to have pledged most of
those elected Nevertheless an under- j
current of an ti-ratification sentiment
has gained strength through forma
tion of tho Constitutional Deague of
The antl-snf f ragist.s are quite ns ac
tive as the siXraglsts.
t'ndcr the Tennessee constitution
legislatures received pay for only
(Continue! ou Pugo Two.
AMERICA CAN'T I
AFFORD TO SEE I
Announcement of Attitude Ex- 1 I
pected After Arrival of
Note From Poland i
PREMIERS TO DISCUSS j
SITUATION OF HYTHE
Warsaw Declares Bolsheviki
Refuse to Take Message
About Armistice Terms
LONDON, Aug. 8 War
saw will be evacuated todav
by the Polish government and I
representatives of the allied
nation, according to a Berlin
dispatch to the London Times,
under date of Saturday. The
: report adds that the Polish
government will retire to
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. An
; nouncement of the attitude of tho
United States toward tho Bolshevik
I invastion of Europe and Asia is not
j expected until the note addressed to
I Washington by Poland has been re- -
celved An Interchange of views is In
progress, however, between the United
, States and the French and British
governments, in an attempt, officials
. said, to map out a course of action
L. S. MAY ACT
With the threatened political and
economic collapse of Poland and
reactions of similar gravity anticipated
, in slates adjacent to the new republic,
officials described tho situation as
' approaching a point where self inter-
est would prompt the Cniled Stitrg
The view was expressed that the
I threat of a nullification of the vie
; tory over Germany was contained in
: the understanding said to exist be
' twecn soviet Russia and Germany and
that this offered sufficient provoca
tlon for action by the United States. IH
They held that as a power associated fH
with the allies in tiie occupation of
i the Rhineland the United States main
I talned an evident interest in tho pres
' ervation of the victory although it
i had not ratified the peace treaty.
PI ISSIBLJE STEPS
Included arnone steos th 1'nltpd
States might find Itself compelled to
take officials suggested extension of
credits to permit purchase by Poland
of surplus war materials, a declaru-
tlon of moral support for Poland and
a warning to the soviet government JH
not to trespass beyond its boundaries.
.Military aid. it was added, could be
considered only If all else failed.
.Military authorities suggested that
the brigade destined for Silesia and
detained In Germany, If sent to Silesia
might steady Poland, Czecho-SIovakia
and Germany. Complete strangula
tlon of Poland by the cutting off the
Danzig corridor by the Bolsheviki,
they say. was a grave eventuality
which the presence of American jH
troops might possibly avert.
So long as the Bolsheviki can ex
erciss complete censorship in soviet
Russia, little promise was seen by
officials of the success of a
wan Ing isyu- to the soviet. Russians,
for whom such a note would be de
signed with a view to arraying them
Sg llnst the government, would be
those whom it would never reach, it
PREMIERS TO MEET
LONDON. Aug. 7. Premier Lloyd
George, Earl Curzon, secretary of
stale (or foreign affairs, and Field
Marshal Sir Henry Wilson left Lon
don this evening for liythe where to
morrow they will hold conference
with Premier Millerand, of France,
Marshal Focli and other French of
IUl lis with regard to tho Husso
Polish situation It is understood the
conference will last only one day.
All England la awaiting with tense
expectancy the decision of this cor.
ference which is expected to be an-
nounced formally by the premier Itt
the house of commons Monday. 'Ill
newspapers generally are striking
noto of optimism although not U's
regarding the gravity ot tne eriHis
REDS WELL BEHAVED
JOHANNISBURQ, Eust r-Mslu,
Aug. 6 (By The Associated Prss.)
The right wing of the Russian army
which swf.pt Lr, ne.ii tho frontier
here yesterday today had disappeared
to the south, and the only Informa
tion of Its movements camo from con
ed reports of Polish and Russian
refugees who sgreed its advance was
Increased vigilance Is being shown
by the security police, despite infor
mation that the Russians do not In
tend to violate German neutrality.
No person is allowed to cross tho
frontier without permission of the m
ter -allied commission.
Reports from Germun agents In
Poland say Polish soldiers have been
plundering towns they evacuated, but
that tho Russians are taking steps to
Stop looting. Tho death penalty Is
Said to attach to violation of any
Gorman newspaper men declare
that reds havo forbidden use of al
cohol They assort that the Bolshe
viki are taking no prisoners, but are
disarming and freeing captured Poles.
Advices say the soviet armies are ad
vancing in full strength with cavalry
CAN'T SEND NOTE
WARSAW. Auk 7. (By The As
sociated I're.s.) An official state
ment issued by the minister of foreign
(Continued on Page Two.)