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THE -SUN -MB Ifm YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, iJULY
44
1930.
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'HARD FOR GERMANY
,' TO SUPPLY COAL
Herr
Hue Off to Jiulir llasiii
to Urgq Increased
rroduction. r
nr nAVSio.Mi wi..
Stat) Cnrrtpondtl 0 Tub Hck and New
Toxic Ileum. Copvrljrtt. ?. bf Tub Bex
add New Yoik Houlp.
Bm, Belslum. July li (by telephone
to London). The coal export or the
conference, having failed to reach an
freemen! on the demand- by the Allies
for S.000,000 tons of coal from Germany,
have ended their conference. ne aeci
Ion reU with the delegate. The Ger-
,"ir.an experts leave Spa to-nluht. Herr
Hue, an omtlafof the German miners'
organisation, goes to the lluhr llasln to
eiDlaln the situation to the 'miners
there and to try to obtain an Increase
In their production.
"One must realise that a great ma
Jjrlty of the German miners arc Social
ists and nntl-mljltarlsts, wlio have every
(desire to come to a peaceful understand
tar with the fest of the world," he told
the correspondent of Tut 8u.v Axn-N'sw,
Toiik Herald. "They retard the French
miner as tillable to produce cnousrh coal
because of the military destructlcn of
their mines, and their German comrades
want to relieve them In every way pos
sible. "But tho question of Increasing pro
duction Is a.dlfflcult one for several rea
ltors. Thf first Is the shortage of food
In Germany and then comes the Ineffi
ciency of the transportation which we
mir cor' with, as well as tho come
quences of German coal prices being be
low the world'sThnrket prices.
"Every September and October, when
our harvest Is being moved, there al
ways Is a block In transport and evrfi
at other times the Belgian railroads are
not up to the task of delivering coal
shipments promptly. It Is hard to con
vince German workers of the need of
working overtime when they can see the
sidings blocked full of cars which can
not be gotten on the main line.
The treaty requires us to give coal
n
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? Guaraifteeertifie
( " It makes a great difference when you '''
invest your money whether you, your
self, take the risk of ever seeing it again
or, whether its--return is guaranteed ,
A someone able; J0t make: .good his
guarantee? " " '
. When you buy a bond you do not get'
such a guarantee. The risk is;yours.
.When you buy a Guaranteed First .
Mortgage Certificate you are certified
that the risk is wholly on the Bond &
Mortgage Guarantee Company.
buring the past twenty-cighfyears
- more than $700,000,000 of this class of
security has been bought in reliance on
such guarantee without thtt'Joss. of one
dollar of principal to an investor or one
day's delay in payment of interest .
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
REDS HEAR MINSK;
: WARSAW ALARMED
y Continued from Flrtt Page.
pedlllon .to combat typhus, has called
a meeting to organise a chapter of the
American Eeglon. At the meeting the
question or offering the services of the
legion! to Uie. Polish government will b
discussed. -The legion "members will
guard-the American property and lool;
after Americana who may remain In
Warsaw If the Dolshevlkl arrive here.
It Is. estimated that there- are 200
Ajnerlcns. former service rnen In War
saw.
Thf .Amejrjcan relief associations, the
Ited- Cross, the Young lien's Christian
Association and the typhus expedition
have In warehouses In Warsaw va'rlous'
supplies valued at millions of dollars.
The Catholic Archbishop hero has
appealed to members of tho church to-
Join the colors. The Russian residents
of Warsaw have held a mass meeting
and "begun tho organization of Infantry
and cavalry detachments to light the
advancing Bolshevik!. v
to th. Alllm.Bt.4lte prices obtaining In
Germany. This Is an lmDOsltlon which
already has cost us dearly, for we have
naa to buy food from neutral countries
at the world's prices and we liave had
to' InlpOrt' Wal at world's prices to sup
ply ome of our own Industries, which
normally used German coal. Now It Is
apparent that we cannot' pay for food
irom neutral countries with coal ship
ments and that we must dep"nd"Sn 'hi
Allies for our food.
'"It will be Impossible to pay for this
foorl nt the world's market prices and
then deliver coal to the Allies for only
a third of the world's price,"
BRITISH ARMY QUITS BATUM.
London War Office Confirms Report
f Cvaenailon.
Lokdo:, July li. The War Office con
firms the British evacuation of Datum.
The People's Commission for Foreign
Affairs of the Azorbaidjan Soviet repub
lic have agreed to transfer 'French,
British and other alllSa prisoners of war
from present prisons td better quarters,
according to despatches from Batum re
ceived here yesterday at the Near East
Belief headquarters.
RUSSIA MAKES PEACE
WITH LITHUANIA
Agree on Boundaries, Indem
nity and Chief Cities.
JiV tht A$toctatt Ten.
Moscow, July 10. Lithuania and the
Soviet Government of Russia have
reached an agreement relative to the es
tablishment of peace, mid Adolf Joffe,
representative of the' Soviet Government
m the negotiations, to-day. He raid this
agreement Included an understanding as
to boundaries and Indemnity, and that
Russia recognized Lithuania's rights to
Vllna. Kovno and Grodno, as well as
parts of the province of Grodno which
are ethnographlcally Lithuanian.
"This mutual understanding," he said,
"was accelerated by tho reverses suffered
by the I'ollsh forces. Russia will not
Interfere In boundary disputes involving
the Polish, Latvian or Gorman frontiers.
TWO PRHSSIAS VOTE
AGAINST POLAND
Plebiscites Arc Overwhelm
ingly in Favor of Itcmain
ing German.
London, July 12. A Berlin mcaga
to-day says it Is announced there that
the result of the plebiscites In West
Prussia and Bast Prussia show an over
whelmingly German majority,. The, de
spatch -Jtatea that 92 per cent of the
votes In west Prussia and'JJ pej-tccnt.
of thou In EasUPnissIa favored Ger
many,., The figures given 'ard'.fts.tol
lows: ,
West Trussla' (29 small"- districts
missing),
For Germany , 91,34
For Poland T.612
East Prussia f$3 small districts
missing).
For Germany
For Poland ..
. 353,665
Tho plebiscites mentioned In. the 'fore
going 'were provided, for In th Triaty of
Versailles to determine the boundaries of
Poland with regard .to East and 'West
Prussia. A Paris despatch on May 21
said Uie Council of Ambassadors had
fixed the date for the holding of these
plebiscites, but that the council hod de
cided not to make the date public' .until
the measures to be taken for organizing
the control of the voting had been
worked out .Since that time no an
nouncement has been received as to the
date of the voting. - - -
TRUCE OR ALAND ISLANDS.
Swede nnd-FInna to A trait Action
of League of Notions.
London. July 12. The Council hf the
League of Nations has, decided to refer
the question of the Aland Islands to a
commission of three International Ju
rfsts, who will be nominated by the
President of the Loague.
The Swedish and Finnish GovernAint
have agreed to abstain from any action
likely to aggravate the situation, nendlmr
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