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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY,- JUNE 26, 1920,
(BERLIN TO FIGHT
CUT IN ITS ARMY,
PLEADING PERIL
Compliance With Demand
of Allies Will Bring CattiS
tvoplic, Say Officials.
1
nirt.j ii- n -i i
LEKI) MOJtE THAN' POLICE
'Slroiig- Apncnl Niwd on Po
litical direst Will KolauS;
to Hm Oonfcrcneo.
By RAYMOND SWIXIi,
Mia Orn tfomfMl i Till! Hl'N iM Nltw
toik llmti.n. t'ndii('i(, n:, Tub Hi.v
p Nsir Vosic llniin.
liEr.LiN, .iun so. wir rruuciion 01
othH rtelcliswahr, n If resaruVd In
'the light of an lncreu.se In the Geimiiu
jjpollcc force hh established by the Ai
jjlea' note to the Qt i man Government
insisting upon the reduction of the
' Perman army, Is considered In official
J.fcirclta a ptiBhltiK Germany to tli
!brlnk of calamity. Tho Government
. will raise the sharpest kind of pro
(UBt In reply and will bo prepared to
Kmake tin moat energetic representa
tions at the Spa, conference.
The dissolution of the aafety police
I 'and tUelr replacement by the so-called
'"blue police," la held to be IropoBalbio
'4
'ft order la to bo preserved. Germany
1 A -pre
U oeethlnir with political unreal likely
to break Into violence at nny point at
any time. Not only tha reactionaries
but the radical revolutionaries knVe
military training and can be dealt with
only by pome ttrpnter organization
(ban the local police Thla argument
Ih busod, it Is explained, on tho experi
ence of tho last few months, when thu
local pollco proved their Incapability
and restilar military measuroa were
icaulred to restore order.
At the forelfn ofllce It I claimed'
that the safety pollee are unqualified for
roRUlar mllltory service, but ttielr work
could not be done by any but trained
and mobllo young men. The reduction
of the lUlcliswejir haa been ao lone
postponed that to the German Govern
ment It stems Impossible that the com
mand of the Kntsnte could be obeyed
by July 13, The ltelchswolir Is in b.ld
iniiDi-r, fearlnir the loss of sniploynient,
and In the reducllons already made there
have been inanlfestutiona of mutiny.
DISARMAMENT MUST
GO ON. BERLIN TOLD
Allien Send 3 Notes on Sub
ject to Peace Envoys.
' IIBSLIX, June 2.V Three notes desllmr
principally with the question of Herman
dlsarmammt liove been received by the
rrcsjuent or tho Uerman peace deten
tion, The first nullities many Infringe-
mente of tho military clauses of the
prieu treaty, faying the Allies have de
termined Germany shall carry out the
terms and tint their decision to rcJuo.j
the Herman nimy to 100,000 men still
stands.
The security police, this note addr.
must be disbanded within three months,
but elves permission for tho disciplinary
forco to bo Inct eased to 150,009. De
mand Is mado that the German consti
tution bo mado to conform with these
military stipulations, so that conscrip
tion may be abolished by law. In con
clusion the note asks that legal meas
ures be taken against the export of war
materials.
Details for the substitution of 110,000
disciplinary police for the security police
ate supplied intho second note.
BRIAND OPPOSES
NEAR EAST POLICY
N Continual from Flrit rape.
"Union between England, Italy and
France has never been closer than at the
present time,"
Turkish Army corps
captured by greeks
Continue Advance in Asia Mi
nor Against Nationalists.
London, June S5, The Clreek Lega
tion here has received official Informa
tion Hint the dreelm campaigning
flKulnst the Turkish Nationalists In the
Hrnyrna district surrounded Turkish
aimy corjm In Philadelphia (Ala-Shehr,
elshty-tliree mllea east of Bmyrna), tak
ing S.000 prisoners, with guns and other
booty
"KM tuna. June 35. The Greek army.
which on June 21 began nn offensive
iiRulnnt the forces of MuBtaplia Kein.il
I'arihu, la continuing successfully to ad
vance northward In Asia Minor It was
announced In tho areek Army Head
quarters communique, which says;
"The Thirteenth Division nttuckeil
Halhlll ind Lake Marmora Pass yester
day, it occupied Salhtll nt 8:30 V. M.,
cairled the pass by assault and cleared
both districts. A cavalry column has ad
vanced toward Voula," 1
Pu Ihr Anociatn! Prtst.
Constantinople, Juno 33 The Turk
ish Nationalists Mill are pressing the
Asiatic shores of Marmora In the vi
cinity of Constantinople and are di
recting a great) concentration toward
Smyrna. Apparently the plan of the
followers of Muitapha Kemal Pasha is
to harass tho Oreeka aa much na possi
ble In Thrace and tho English opposltci
Constantinople to prevent them from
aendlng reenforcements to the Greek tn
the Smyrna district, where, it Is be
lieved hero, the Nationalise will attack
In fore if tho Peace Conference persists
in -iving oroyrna to me ureeka.
Turkish peace delegation In Paris
has been Instructed that tho Turkish
flovemrntnt will' uncompromisingly re
fuse to sign any peace treaty which de
prives Turkey of the Smyrna district,
Adrlanople or eastern Thrace. In tne
main, It la Indicated, the Government
airrses with the other territorial limita
tions fixed by the Kntento, but askn that
Turkey be given representation on the
International commission governing tho
Mralts and also on other commissions
crented for the regulation of Turkish
affairs.
The Turkish aovernment consents to
have portions of Kraerum, 131111m and
Vnn itrnvtnoft (riven iM.in t
insists that Armenla'a Black Sea port
be outside of Turkey and ask financial
compensation for the territory given
Atmonla,
' Turkey Inststa that It la willing to
ftdcept a settlement according tp the
Vllsonlau principles and the spirit ot
the League of Nations, but declares no
Turkish Government could live If tt
signed the present treaty.
V. S. Red Cross la Danger.
IIom, June 35. A detachment of the
American Red Cross that naked permis
sion from the Italian High Commis
sioner at Avlona, Albania, to proceed to
rierl, north cc Aviona, uiviaea itsen
Into small parties, according to Albanian
advices to-day, and the Italian com
mand declined responsibility ,from any
harm that might result from such u
division.
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