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NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MAY' 1920."
SERB ARMY READY
: TO DEFEND SUS8AK
Jugo-Slavs Will Hcsist Threat
ened Occupation by Troops
of D'AnnunzIo.
APPEAL GOES TO LEAGUE
Premier Vcsnitch Believes
Adriatic Should Ho Italy's
Frontier.
Serial CabU Dttpatch t(i TUB Scn and Nbw
Yoik UcuLDt Catvrlallt, 10i, V Till Ht.N
AND New VOIK HtXUD.
Pamb, May SO. TJib Serbs liavo taken
fnergctlc measure to meet' Gabriel
il'Annunr.lo's threatened occupation of
fiutsak, tlio auburb of Flume, which hag
a population largely Slavic. Ordera
have been given to the army of the
Serbs, Croats and Slovenes to offer re
alstance to D'Annunzlo'a troops, while
warning has been sent at tho same time
to Rome that D'Annunzlo'a threat If
persisted In would have Incalculable con
sequences, because of the spirit reigning
among the Serbian people.
Tho Belgrade Government expressly
decllnos responsibility for what may fol
low, Intimating that If war actually
occurs, It will hold Itself absolutely
blameless. Belgrade has also decided
to appeal Immediately to the Supremo
Council and the Conference of Ambas
sadors, wh!ch, If D'AnnunzIo continues
his advance, must face the question
whether It should demand that Italy
proceed militarily against the poet.
Details are still lackmg hero as to
how far D'AnnunzIo has gone, but ac
cording "tcTadvlces from Belgrade re
ceived bythe Jugo-Slav peace delega
tion this afternoon, which Mr. Vesnltch,
president of the delegation, confirmed
at nn excited session. D'AnnunzIo was
about to occupy Sussak. The Jugo-Slav
delegation takes a gTave view of the
matter but the Council of 'Ambassa
dors has not been informed officially
and took no action to-day. Italy Is
still under very tight censorship, which
probably accounts for the absence of all
news from Rome.
Rome, May 3D. D'AnnunzIo hns no
Intention of occupying Sussak, accord
ing to a Flume despatch tp the Jei-taggcro.,
Belgrade, May 29. Premier Ves
nltch In the Assembly explained that
the reason nothing had been said re
garding the Adriatic question was that
the Government wanted to avoid a dis
cussion which might render Its posi
tion difficult. He said there was great
difficulty In the questions to solve with
Italy, and added: "A state of friendly,
normal and neighborly relations between
iia and Italy is only possible ' If there
la less cause tor friction. The best so
lution would be for the Adriatic Sea to
become the frontier of our young State
and Italy."
Follsh-Amerlcitn Troopa to netnrn,
Berlin, May 30. The United states
transport Pocahontas, now at Danzig, Is
taking on board 1.000 Polish-American
reserves, who had been attached to Gen.
Haller's army, and will sail shortly with
them for the United States, It Is an
nounced In a Danzig message.
EGYPTIAN
DEITIES
Tfto Utmost in Cigarettes"
Plain End or GbfKttp
Thople oculture and
refinement inVaria6y
TKEFERs Veities
to any other cigarette.
30
ARMISTICE BROKEN
IN THE CAUCASUS
Republics of Georgia and Azer
baijan Renew Hostilities
After Four Days.
THRACE OCCUPATION
GOES ON STEADILY
Greek Army Welcomed
New Territory.
in
Athens, May 30. An official com
munication says that Greek occupation
of Thrace Is proceeding normally.
Dedcgatch and GumurJIna have ' been
occupied. The rnllrnnd nnd the towns
of Seredjak, Soufll and Dlmotlka were
taken over without untoward events.
The Greek army has been received en
thusiastically. A considerable forco of covering
troops has been sent toward the Bul
garian frontier. Troops proceeding to
Kcrdjall encountered Comltajls nnd
Bulgarian regulars. One Bulgarian
soldier was taken prisoner and another
slightly wounded.
Constantinople, May 29 (delayed).
The Turkish papers are making clear
their view that no Government dare
sign the Turkish treaty without modi
fications Changes are demanded in
the Thrace and " Smyrna provisions. It
In generally believed here that failure
of the Turks to sign the treaty would
result In a movement of Greek forces
from Smyrna toward tho Interior of
Anatolia
The Nationalist leaders at Angora
have repeatedly declared that should
the Greeks move eastward from Smyrna
they could not guarantee protection to
Christians anywhere in Anatolia. There
Is great uneasiness in Constantinople
regarding the posslblo fate of Arme
nians, Greeks, Europeans nnd even
Americans if the Greeks take such ac
tion. Paris, May 30. The Turkish peace
delegation has asked a further delay
until July 11 to present tho delegation's
answer to the Allies regarding the peace
treaty.
Irlh Iliirn Sunday Papers,
Dundalk, Ireland, May 30. Opposi
tion to the Sunday newspapers con
tinues, A dozen armed men to-day
seized all newspaper parcels from Dub
lin and burned them. A policeman at
tempted to Intervene, but was disarmed.
Firmer Will Heprcnent V. S.
Dr. Simon Flexner, director of the
Rockefeller Institute, will represent the
United States at a conference of thfl
Medical Advisory Board of the League
of Red Cross Societies In Geneva, Switz
erland, July 5. The world's leading
medical scientists will gather to con
sider the problem of combating disease
In the undernourished population of
Eastern Europe and also to discuss
other International medical problems.
BRITISH WARSHIPS
GOING TO IRELAND
Startling Developments Ex
pected, Says Newspaper.
London, May 30, The .Yafloiial .Veu4
saya : "The position In Ireland Is so grave
that a. number or warships are now be
ing fitted out In Sheerness for despatch
to Irish ports. The situation Is more
serious than would appear from pub
lished telegrams, and startling develop
ments are expected In the next few
days. In the present temper of tho Sinn
Felners it is not unlikely they will make
a last effort against the forces of law
and order."
Tho Cameron Highlanders debarked
at Queenstown to-day. Ouns and am
munition were transferred from tho
steamer to nn Admiralty trawler, which
with a number of troops proceeded for
UOTK.
The Irish Trades Congresa has pronv
Ised Its full support to the Dublin rail
way strikers, which may lead to a repe
tition of the deadlock which occurred
over the hunger strikers.
Skibbrreen, May 30. A mall train
from Bnntry to Cork was held up at
Durrus Road station by armed men who
took the mail bags.
Castletown, May 30. Tho Berehaven
customs office was destroyed by fire
this morning.
Bu tin .Utccialld Prtll.
Constantinople, May 27. The soven
day armlatlco between the republic of
Georgia and Azerbaijan was broken four
,lnv nftr It had sons Into effect. Tho
entire tltuatlon In the Caucasus has bo
como so Orientally complex that even
the sharpest of Western minds hero seem
unable to comprehend it. Foreign ob
servers In Qcorgla and Armenia, how
ever, offer no hope that good for Ar
menla Is coming out of it.
A message received by the Constanti
nople Nationalists from the general
commanding their troops In Erzemm,
nvi tli Itnmlnn IloLfllieVlkl h&VB ad'
vised him that they are sending two dl
visions of nolahevlkl troops to Erzcrum
across Persia. This message, nowever,
Is regarded as questionable by tho ror
fclcn military officers In Constantinople,
who express the belief that the move
ment of a large number of troopa across
Persia Is virtually Impossible, unless tho
Bolshcvlkl obtain access to the Georgi
an-Armenian Railway,
Th French landed 2.000 troops ai
Batum May 20 to cooperate with the
British.
PAM0, May SO. A despatch to the
Temps from Tlflls. Transcaucasia. flays
the Soviet at Baku have been removed
from power by the Bolshevik emissary,
Pnnkratof, who was sent from Moscow.
The despatch adds that foreigners at
iiaku. D.irtleularlv British. nave been
imprisoned or detained.
The netroleum Industry has been or
ganlzed on a large scale In Astrnkan
In order to Bupply Soviet Russia by
wav of the Volra River.
The despatch says that no Bolshevik
attacks on Georcla or Armenia have
been recorded,
SAYS GERMANY HAS
HAD ENOUGH OF WAR
.
Hopes No Fool Will Drag Her
Into One of Revenge.
JJmlin. May 30, Speaking at a somo-
what stormy meeting In Munich on Sat
urday Chancollor Mueller declared to a
cheering crowd that on June 6, the day
of the German presidential election, It
would be Germany's, business to attest
the fact "that she had had ertougn of
war for nil eternity and that no fool,
crowned or uncrowned, shall drag Ger
many Into a war of revenge,"
Tho Chancellor rcrerred to tho com
ing conference nt .Spa an tho first ray
of hope which Germany could entertain
that the extremists realize the Im
possibility of keeping Germany down
economically nnd politically and at the
same time demanding extremo amounts
In reparation. Ho said ho could under
stand Franco's "rancor," and remarked
that undoubtedly Prussian militarism
had sinned grievously. Then he rebuked
ihn nurt on of the IllElu. "who child
ishly Imagine that things will change
back to whnt they were.
"Germany, declared tho Chancellor,
"can live only an n republic If wo ob
tain anything at all at Spa It will be
only If the election Miall Justify faith
In tho pcacefu Inclinations of the Ger
man people.
ITALIAN PARLIAMENT
TO GET MORE POWER
War Declarations and Treat
ies to Go to Both Houses.
Rome, May 30. The Government has
presento dto Parliament a bill aimed at
regulating the functions of the King
and Government, which would amend
the law regarding the declaration of war
and the conclusion of treaties. Tho bill
stipulates that the Government would
not have the power to declare war with
out previous consent by both chambers
of Pnrllament, although It would be per
mitted to retain the power to take urgent
measures for defence.
Every treaty or International agree
ment, according to the bill, must be
communicated to both chambers, pro
vided the Interests or the safety of the
State are not In danger. All treaties of
alliance, arbitration, peace or commerce,
or treaties Involving expenditures, or
relating to the property of Italians
abroad, or the property of foreigners In
Italy would be effective only after rat
ification by both chambers of Parliament.
1
franklin Simon a Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
For a limited time will make
to Individual Order in their
Fifth Avenue Workrooms
a limited numher only of
Women's Hudson Seal
(dyed muskrat)
Coat-Wraps or Coats
IN FASHIONS PRE-DATED 1921
AT PRICES ANTE-DATED 1919
S 550.00
ie4lhh 650.00
IHE customer is assured of
the finest selected skins,
the highest type o workman
ship, style that a'ceords with
next winter's fashions and lining
of her own preference.
r
Sizes 34 to 44
Fur coats purchased now will be stored free of charge until Fall
WOMEN'S FUR SHOP-Fourth Floor
London. May 30. Encouraging news
received from other than Krasslne quar
ters. was to the effect that the Govern
ment of Persia had received a reply from
Moscow that the Bolshevik! do not in
tend a tirolonccd occupation of Persian
territory, but may soon withdraw their
forces from Enzell.
CBANE AT POST IN PE&N.
Sew Minister nnd Family , Arrive
In Chlneae Capital.
ftv the Associated Fret.
PEKINO, May 28. Charles R, Crane,
the niv American Minister to China,
will iLssume his post at the Legation
to-morrow. Mr. Crone arrived in Peking
last evening, accompanied by Mrs. Crane
and his private secretaries.
Charles D. Tenney, the counsellor of
tho Location, .has keen granted a leav
of absence, but will remain temporarily
In the performance of his duties. Willing
Spencer, the First Secretary of the Le
gation, has left for the United States, on
his way to Peru.
GEN. OBREGOW DENIES
MANERO IS AGENT
Says Latter Hai No Authority
a . mm.
to Act rpr mm.
ayi. Alvaro Obregon, the Mexican
eader. eent the following despatch to
tho, Associated Press yesterday: J
"In the newspapers of to-day Antonio
M.mero'3 name appear as my represcn-1
tatlvo In the United mates, i uesire 10
say that tho said Henor Manero benra ;
no auinoniy whu:yci iu w ......
Sonor Manero Is ,ald to have been In
the United States for several years and
to lmvo represented the Ministry of
Flnnnco In tho Cafiunza Government In
Mexico.
Mexican Consul to nelnrn lo X. V.
Miexico Citt, May 30. Ramon P. de
Negri, former Mexican Consul-General
In New York, who was recalled by the
Carranza Government In April, has
been appointed by the Provisional Gov
ernment to assume his former office In
New York city, it Is announced In the
press to-day.
i Flint's Fine Fumture
: G LIAR ANTEJED .
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
SPECIAL SALE
OF FLINT QUALITY DEPENDABLE
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE
TO YOUR ORDER
SOFA $195 ARM CHAIR $97
Commodious and luxurious pieces, covered in Upejtry
or velour (your personal selection), with a liberal
range of 'attractive colorings from which to choose
EXAMPLES OF OTHER UNUSUAL VALUES
Formerly NOW
Mahogany Sofa & Arm Chair $529 Lta. 2S $396.75
Mahogany Sofa & Eaay Chair ,. . .J6U3 Less Z5
Mahogany " " 59 Usa 33K
Mahogany " " J-J Lett affi
Mahogany 9I Leu Z0
Mahogany Settee" ,s $450 Leu 50
Mahogany Settee" " " $275 Leu 50
.Mahogany Sofa & Arm Chair $550 Leu 40
Mahogany Sofa. Easy Chair Jt Rocker. . .4530 Lest 20
Mahogany Wing Sofa & Wing Chair $700 Lets 50
Mahogany Wing Sofa & Wing Arm Chair..$395 Lest 50
Mahogany Sofa It Arm Chair . . .$500 Leu 50
Mahogany Sofa. Easy Chair it Wing Chair$20O3 Utt 40
452.25
Z3IU3
380.80
472.80
225.00
137.50
330.00
424.00
350.00
197.50
250.00
1200.00
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DRAPERIES
Flints Horner Cq inc.
20-26 West 36th.St S
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STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TODAY
franklin Simon a Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets '
TUESDAY
At Extraordinary Price Reductions
Women's and Misses'
Silk Underthings
(Flesh Colored)
Crepe de Chine Nightgowns 65
Regular Prices $9.75 to $12.50
Tax .18
Crepe- de Chine Nightgowns 8.50
Regular Prices $12.75 to $15.00
Tax .35
Crepe de Chine Chemises 3.50
(Envelope Models) Regular Prices $5.95
Crepe de Chine Chemises 495
(Envelope models) Regular Prices $6.75 to $9.75
Crepe Georgette Chemises 4.95
(Envelope models) Regular Prices $6.95 to $9.75
Crepe de Chine Bloomers
Regular Prices 84.95 to $5.95
3.95
Satin Bodices . 1.95
Regular Prices $2.95 to $4.50
FEMININE LINGERIE SHOP-Balcony. Floor
. "GIVE A THOUGHT TO FOSTAL WORKERS"
THIS ESTABLISHMENT CLOSED TODAY
5IHAVEXr46T!!ST)
PARIS I NEW YORK
"The Paris Shop of America'
Begin tomorrow Tuesday
JUNE SALES
Selections have again been readjusted
and repriced and values being offered
now cannot but appeal to the dis
criminating woman
Gowns and Dresses
Fashionable models suitable street, afternoon, dinner
and evening occasions of tricotine twill taffeta
crepe chiffon net and lace.
,25 7:r&5$65--$85-$125
' Summer Evening Wraps
Attractive light Summer styles in chiffon crepe
satin and taffeta, including fur-trimmed effects, suit
able for seaside or mountain wear.
J5'7:o $I25-I45-165
Fashionable. Street Suits
A regrouping of many suits comprising smart m6dels
for wear in town or country of twill tricotine,
tweed, duvetyn, tricolette and other rich materials.
Day Wraps and Coats
Two hundred pieces of tricotine, twill, duvetyn,
tricolette and other rich materials fashioned in the
season's most exclusive and desirable models.
Formerly to $195 at $95
A SMALL GROUP OF TRICO TINECOA TS
AND G4PS FORMERLY $125 at $65
Smart Separate Skirts
Country styles in wool plaids and sport silk in light
Summer shades, plain or pleated, styles, suitable for
wear with the Smart Sport Coat or Sweater.
Formerly toHSat $25 and $35
Beautiful Blouses
Sheer effects in Georgette, chiffon batiste and net
tailored models in linen slnd wash silks.
Formerly $25 to H5at $15$25
Handsome Silk Sweaters
Novelty slip-on effects and tailored coat styles in
light and dark shades.
Formerly to $75 at $25 to $35
Town and Country Hats
Tailored street hats sport styles and large dressy
effects, particularly featuring our showing of elabo
rate mid-season styles.
3oTl5 l $15-$25-$35
Schools and Summer Camps for Boys and Girls
Would you like to know of a school which
will meet the requirements of your boy or girl?
Why not write us? We can aid you in the
selection of. the right school.
In writing it is essential to give the location,
tuition, and kind of school desired, the age and
sex of the applicant.
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280 Broadway New York
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