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Colonel Blunt, Sever Other Engineers
Number of Red Cross Workers
and Entire Polish Army Held Is
Aaita, Tast Siberia, Monday Jan. 19
Sa Harbin, Manchuria, Tuesday, Jan.
20.-(By The Associated Press.)
Colonel Blunt and seven other Amer
ican engineers, Miss Ford, Captain
Charette and several other members
of the American Red Crosd and an
entire Polish army, composed 'of
former prisoners, have been captured
by the Bolsheviki at Kliuchinskaya,
aceprding to a gabled telegram re
ceived from Joseph H. Ray, former
American consul at Irkutsk.
The dispatch from Mr. Raywas
sent from somewhere beyond Nizniu
disk January 14. It was somewhat
garbled in transmission. Kliuchins
kaya is on the Trans-siberian rail
way, one hundred miles west of Nizh
The Czechs are fighting a rear
guard action with the reds near Kras
noyarsk. Bolshevism is gaing in
Chita. Ernest L. Harris, former
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American consul, atOmsk, is still in
The British, Japanese and - French
missions and many members of the
American Red Cross, have arrived in
The only officer in the American
army nameld Blunt is Major (Captain
of cavalry) Wilfred M. Blunt who ac
cording to teh latest available army
directory, was stationed at Fort Ogle
A Bolshevik wireless communica
tion received in London January 13,
announced the capture by the Bolshe
vik forces in the Krasnoyarsk region
of seventeen columns of Polish legion
aries, together with sixteen guns and
twenty thousand rifles.
A dispatch from the London Daily
Mail Harbin correspondent .received
in London January 2.Q, said there was
an unconfirmed report in Harbin that
the Bolshevik had destroyed a Polish
division near Krasnoyarsk.
Major Blunt in California.
Chattanooga, Jan. 25.-Major Vil
fred M. Blunt, mentiorned in connec
tion with the capture of, the United
States ngineers in Siberia, and who
was formerly stationed at Fort Ogle
thorpe, is now in command of a battal
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The latest army record register shows
two other Colonels Blunt, . both of
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IN TRAIN WRECK J
Northbay, Ont., Jan. 25.. 'fteen
persons are dead and a larg nber
injured is the result of a col :n to
day between the two section the
Canadian Pacific Express for inocou
ver, which occurred about eleven
miles east of here. The rear sleeper I
of the first section, which was stalled,
was telescoped by the locomotive of
the second section and eight passen
gers were killed outright, seven dy
ing later from their injuries.
At the hospital where the injured
were taken, it was stated that no
further deaths were expected among
the survivors. The only names of the
dead which were available tonight U
were those of a Mrs. Peam and her H
two young sons, who were on their
way to Calgary. The two boys were
killed outright and Mrs. Peam sue
cumbed later ti ler injuries.
P'OWHIATIAN CiREW .
M1AY QIT1 Sill11'
Bcton, Mass., .Jan. 23.--A wireless9
message intercepted here late today 9&
from the army transport ' -tan, n
which has been disabled ofl t toastE
since last Sunday, said the w-.: was
gainly slowly and that it nw ,ht bel1'
necessary to take o ifall the c :-.w ex
cept a few volunteers. Relief was
requested as soon as possible.
The message, which was addressed
to United States army officers at Iali
fax, said that the United States coast
guard cutters Gresham and Acushnet
and the Canadian government steamer
Lady Laurier were standing by and
that the United States coast guard *
(utter Ossipee was near. In stating m
that he might remove the crew, Capt. I
Randall said he would take no
An earlier message from the Cres- U
ham intercepted here reported the
Powhatan as drifting helplessly be
fore an east northeast gale, with the
stea mers that were standing by un -
able' to put tow lines aboard. The po
sit ion at noon was given as about 250
miles southeast of I lali fax.
TO BUY EX-K A ISElt's HlO31ES
Berl in, .Jan. 25.--( ly the Associated
Press.) ---A mesureQ priovidling. 2.r set
tlemient between Pussia andl the
Hiohenzol leins with regard to the foi
mer royal family' mova ble andI im
movalei holdlings w ill s.hoirty be con-il
sidered( by the Diet.
Tlhe draft of thei measur, which1
wa~is worked out byv a~ seial ommlis-i'
s ion, proid ,es foi mlone(tar i ,paymelntU
for the retenit ion of stverialI castles g
andi pa laces(, wVit h thie iright t o isposet~ E
of t he proipeit y w ithnoiu, restrict inor.
As former Emperor William's at.- N
I orney was freely consul ted at the E
t ime the holings were inventoried, it &
is believed the Illoh'unzollerns v.il1 ae
eept settl(ieent if t he Diet approve';
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Eimperor's atit ttb~ji et ae to lbe takIen
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1 Type of Car List. Freig
Touring -- -- -----525.00 38.1
" unabiout -- -------500.00 .38.1
Coupelet -- ..- _._650.00 38.1
u Sedan _ - __ .775.00 38.1
Chassis ---- -- --475.00 38.1
Truck -- ._ _ .----550.00 38.1
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Type of Car List Freig
S Touring - -- -- ---.550.00 38.1
Runabout -- -- -- 525.00 38.5
Coupelet -....-- -(75.00 38.1
Sedan --- ----800.00 38.1
Chassis . _ _500.00 38.1
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e the difference.
nies--me.. who know how Ford
t efficient and economical service.
I time-saving devices and machine
ne Ford parts--that are exactly
;tments, phone or drive to our g
hands of its friends, the authoi
,.ax Type of Car
9 21.66 Tfouring,
9 20.63 Runabout
9 20.81 Coupelet
9 31.97 Sedan
9 19.59 Chassis
9 13.61 Truck
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it Tax Type of Car
9 22.69 Touring- .
9 21.66 Runabout
9 27.8.1 Coupelet
9 33.00 Sedan
9 20.63 Chassis ._
9 14.60 Truck .. - __
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List Freigh. Tax
-600.0t .'18.79 %4.75
--575.00 38.79 23.72
-725.00 :8.79 29.91
850.00 38.79 35.06
-50.00 38.79 22.09
.-625.00 38.79 15.47
F'IRES ANI) STAR IER -
List Freight Tax
.. 25.0) 8.7') 25.78 H
--00.00 38.7) 21.75
.. 750.00 38.79 30.94
..75.00 38.79 36.09
-- 575.00 38.79 23.72
(. 15.00 38.79 10.4(3
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