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THE SUN AND NEW YORK 'HERALD, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1920, have hilt minor Influenre with Premier Ltnlne and War Mlntilfr Trotsky. At 111 i-onlertoct Lloyd lorge of frir.l every guarantee tnif the trmt wnuM not a ied as a means for rein ftjrrlng the military KsJtlon of tlM M, .. The Br lllKli Preftllet wrnt so fur at t' Hgree to have Holslievlst offlW1 1 behind Hi"- Pollth llnee t see that tilt ttrnis of llio truce were rlgidl) enforei'il. The Premier answered ail tin: Russian abjections l ill plan end Kamenrff tent the plan to Moscow by wlrele.i With a recommendation that it l adopted. F- 7 . .. . r . 1-1.-..IL.1 ,.( tin j me rt'jeciiou ny in llrllHh proposal for an lmmdiat ten tniee with Poland iracneo i.ioyn torge and Premier Mllkrand thin morning. II nme as a sever wow iu Lloyd George's peace effort. The. Bolshevist refusal of a truce i (iilttii In the' conference assuming a very warlike aspect, and the beat and nul"' eat means of giving Poland all possible aid to sum the Bolshevist tide were Im mediately discussed by tge Premiere. The foremott subject was the tentative iaelslon to relmpoie th naval ami ero tiomlc hlmkade on Russia and Hlso llie atepM necessary to Insure Hi fr pass ag of munitions and supplies from llanzlg to Poland. Marshal Forh and Field Marshal Sir lnir Wilson took a prominent part In tiie morning discussion, and It l)as been leirnecl from an official source that ilea' nld for Poland will centre In Mnr ehal Koch. While the Bolshevist refusal of a true Is sulci not to be final and there Has mention of some rounter-piopos.il, the Premiers decided to compute nil lans for Poland's assistance and then to wait a final reply from Moscow. I Th purpose of th truce was to halt the Rolshevik onward rush on the (round they now occupy and to arrange a temporary pence within the next ten days. The Poles und the Allies were 10 agre not to Improve the Polish military position, whll the Bolshcvlkl were 10 remain nn the line they occupied on th da of the truce. ronton Iron ml Residence. After the arrival of th French party t Lympne a cordon was thrown round the residence of Sir Phillip Snssoon. The approach of the newspaper men Wftl the Ignal for a mobilisation of the detec tive forces. The Mlllerand party In cluded M. Berthelot. director of po litical affairs, the Foreign Office ; (icn. ile Stlrkur of Marshal Koch's staff, and Gen. de la Panouse, chief of the French illltary mlaalon in England With l,loyd George were Earl Cunon Of Kdleston, the British Foreign Sec retary, and Admiral Karon Reatty, commander of the Grand Fleet, and Lieut. -Col. Sir Maurice llankey, secre tary to the Committee on Imperial De fence. A last mlnut decision to Include Ar thur .!. Balfour In to-day's meeting came us n surprise to British and French circles, and was the cans of much speculation. The accepted view was that Lloyd George desired to avnll himself of the mature experience of a talesman such a Balfour In the pres ent crisis, the acutenejs of which there la nn attempt to minimize In either the French or the British delegation. POLICE OF WARSAW 'ALLY PEACE POLICY ON BATTLE FRONT i DISTURBING WILSON Entire Force, With Volunteer His Utfnt BHnjr snubbed in Amy, Will Help Check i Yor of tlif Sftprelne Bolshevik Parti. COBBC.I, POLES COUNTER AT TACK NOTE IS EXPErTKD SOON Paris Reports Situation Now Desperate Fijrht for Cap ital Is Near. Ttl'tfte AaaiHtatttl 'rf.s.f. Warsaw. Aug. R The entire police President Conors With Colby Over Japan and Big Issues in General. Igretal In Tn Bi n amp New Ynsir"ssi. Washington, Aug. H Follawln con. ferenrea held lev President Wilson jell" U rot of Warsaw- 1.000 strong trmed , 8rcretBr4 o 8ute Colby over the PoiJH with new Hngllsh rlflei, lina left for Hi sltual ion an early announcement of the front. Among lhe volunteers who have Government's position regarding the gone la St mlslas Patek. former Mini Rustttn problem In expected, it also Is BRITISH NAVY READY FOR BLOCKADE ORDER Baltic and Black Sea Fleets to 'Do Work. ter of Fordgn .'JTairs. He enlisted as a private in the cavalry. The population believes that a great battle Is to be fought on a line selected bjr the General Htaff which will settle the fate of the city. According to yesterday's reports from the front along th Hug River there ia fighting in the region .of Malkinow, where the roles are counter smacking, and at Sokolow. which the Reds are at tacking In the region of .lanow. west nf the Bug, 100 Reds sui rendered after having achieved successes which brought them across the river. Red gains are teported west of Brest Mtorak. the Rids having reached Plo zcvad. where the Poles arc putting up a stiff fight Hostilities in going on all along the southern front, hut there haa been no gain for the Reds. Ostrolenka, on the Xarew Rlvar northeast of Warsaw, has been captured by the Bolsheviki nftr a two days' llglil. The Bolsheviki now have reached i point aeventy kilometers I forty-three miles) northeast of Warsaw. anticipated that the Japanese note In reply to th American communication relative to the occupation of the north ern part of the Island of Hagballn may hirve been received by that time and the Government here Is prcparlag to outline Ita policy In a broad and general way dealing with all of the various prob lems that have grown up since the time the Ink dried on the Versailles pact. It haa become evident that the Ad ministration has not been satintled with the attitude of Its former allies in deal ing with peace problems, and there also Is eome evidence of wnsltlveness over Km ope disposition to deal through the Supreme Council with the problems aris ing rather than through the league of Nations, which la regarded by the Ad ministration aa a going concern even though the 1' nlted Slates is not a mem ber. The fact that the European prob lem are being dealt with through the Supreme Council, however, givea the country the right to participate, since it was a party to the negotiations which established Poland as a national entity. The natural answer of the Europaan Powers that refusal of the Catted stater to participate In settlements growing out of the nesce because the leant eoren Poland's .situation Is I ant could not be forced through the Sen ate, forced Independent action on them, Is understood to be unsatisfactory to the Administration. Th disposition shown by Oreat Britain and Italy to flirt with possible recognition of the Bolshevist Paris. Aug. 8 desperate. It seems dear that the Mos cow (iovernment has no Intention of suspending hostilities but is striving to the utmost to capture Warsaw The latest news received In Paris to night Is to the effect that the Bolsheviki Government also has been a cause of dla- Loscon, Aug. i. lt It is decided to Tlmpose the blockade of Russln the blocksde can he made effective within a few hours as far as the British navy la concerned, and upon th British navy will fall the bulk of the work. A fqusdron of light cruisers nnd Other light crsft Is In th Baltic. reail at a moment's notice to begin intensive patrols, while the units in the Rlack flea r more than enough to effectively blockade all ports. The force In the Baltic is considered sufficient, and the Admlrslty denies re ports that another squadron will he or dered there Immediately, even should additional blockade work be decided upon The ultimatum of August 4 nnd th threatened renewnl of the blockade by the British fleet nre creating nn unfs-vorahk- atmosphere and are Impedi ments to an agreement, say a wirlss communication from Mpscow, quoting n 8tatmem made by Foreign Minister Tehitcuertn, HUNDREDS IN JAIL AS WARSAW PLOT FAILS Arms in Cathedral; Tunnel to Army Headquarters. fly ff( 4locilfrd PrM Warsaw, Aug. 7 i delayed). A plotft twieved to have been of Communist oflgln and designed to blow up general afmy headquarters, has lieen discovered In Warsaw. As a result hundreds of persons have been arrested and great quamltisr of arms and ammunition con fiscated In the old Russian cathedral acros the street, 100 feet from the army offices. The arms were found In the base ment of the church. Here also was dis covered a tunnel, nearly complete, which WMs being dug under the street toward atmy headquarters. The finding of the tfennel and the arms came as a result of night sentries at headquarters hear ing the thump of steel against the earth beneath their feet. The catherdal. which stands in the otntie nf the city of Warsaw, was built hjr the Russians Since the Germans left Warsaw the cathedral has been used ns a garrison as well as for nil military masses and funerals. Several Communists have been ar rested In the last few days. They had tmplete plans of the city, with Gov ernment buildings marked In red Ink. are massing troops 111 tne region oi Mlawa. north of the capital, for a drive upon Warsaw In conjunction with the movement of troops from the east. There li no douht that the Bolsheviki have crossed the Bug River on a wide front. The Poles, however, hnve thrown up defences west of the river, and French military opinion, based on the fatigue of the Bolsheviki and the faulty IBPPly department, maintains that the Poles' have a chance of winning the great battle for the capital. The cutting of the Warsaw - Dantlg railroad by the Soviet forces would not be a vital loss to Poland, according to reports received to-day from the allied military experts In Warsaw. They point out that the railway route through Thorn, West Prussia, while not a direct line can handle a much larger volume of supplies than the Warsaw-Ianzig line. The Vistula River route g also available. GREEKS DON'T WANT CONSTANTINOPLE YET f- Proffer Said to Have Been Made by Allies. turbnnce here, where the policy still holds not to recognize the Lenine. Gov ernment of Russia In any form. In its explanations of position, if one is made, this Government will make it clear that It sinnds by Its policy of "watchful waiting" toward Russia, standing by while the Russians work out their own salvation. The determination that hu long been hel l here to oppose py spoliation of Russia proper is main tained and applies to ilreat Britain as well as to Japan. The final attitude of this Government will depend largely upon the decisions reached at the Hvthe c onference. If no assurance of protect ing the Integrity nf Russian territory as established at the peace conference Is glvejt, such a formal declaration may be naked for by the I'nited States. There Is no disguising the fart that the allied Powers have beeti considera bly disturbed by this attitude of disap proval of their course on the part of the Cnited states, accompanied as it has been by a determination to with draw from all participation pending the determination of the League of Nations covenant. By the Astodatrd Frrna. ATHENS. Aug. 7. The occupation of ' Constantinople hy the Greeks Is not ! being considered, according to state ments made here to-day. It Is declare 1 that Premier Venlzelos would be unwill- j Ina- to take over Constantinople for sev- i eral years, even If it were offered to j strengthened By the Asgoolataf rrfM. Washington, Aug. 8. Indications that the Polish Government still was in Warsaw early to-day were contained In advices received to-night by the Polish legation her. , The military situation was described as Improved. Volunteers have reached the army under Gen. Haller c efendlng Warsaw from the north, the advices to the legation stated, and the position of the Roles on that front tins been The Fourth Army, de- Greece, as this would excite interna tional Jealousies. Resides. It was tall, there sre more Important problems for (jreece at the present moment. The Greeks have reoccupled their lost positions at Denieidjl, near Slmny, A.'ta Minor, and are pursuing tli Turks, Tlie capture of Cshak Is expected shortly. It fending Rrest-Lltovsk, also has been strengthened. The Polish Foreign Office in noth- eommuntcaUon to th igation dnid publislid reports that eighty Jewt'h municipal councillors had been arrested and. c ondemned to death. Several Jew ish municipal officials were arrested, ths is asserted that the Ureeks sre deter- horeign umce ssia. nut were, uneraieu. mined to completely break up the forces ' .r wT .n; danzig now English Asia Minor forces to more than 200,000 mtn. A despatc h from Rome Saturday ssld ' authorisation to occupy Constantinople had been given the Greeks by the Allied nations. The despatch was credited fo Information received by the Ostrualoic Romano. SEEK EX-PREMIER FOR TISZA MURDER PORT, SAY GERMANS British Force Timber Export Over Polish Protest. EAST PRUSSIA FEARS INVASION BY SOVIET tcurity . Police Alarmed; Cannot Hold Frontieri Bp th Attnttuttit Press. ' JOHANtfiSBBHO. Est Prussis, Aug. 7 (delayed). Russian Soviet armies, ones tbey have finished with Poland proper, tnay strike toward Danilg, it Is feared bj- the people living In the Polish cor ridor. There Is Increasing apprehension among the German security police, who distrust the Intentions nf the Russians, and officials of the Interallied mislon freely express the opinion that a situa tion may arise with which the Supreme Council alone can deal. rnr.st In this region Is augmented by reports from German agents that the Russians are known to be consider ing the feasibility of the establishment of a soviet government, with the aid of German Communlats, In East Prus sia If not eventually In all Germany. ' A Herman soldier who has keen serv ing with the Russian retched here to djgy and asserted he had heard Bolsh t)k lesders discussing plant for attack US Germany. Officer! of the security phllre say It Is hardly probable .they could hold the frontier, and tilled rep resentatives have aid their troops could IP no event be used to tld them. Prices rtlli4 en gwlft Company ttltt et carcass bef in New Tern Otty for week (Ming Saturday. August 7th, 1020. on ship twnu sold out, ranged from t.Voo cents to I. no rents per pound lad averaged 20.34 penis per pound, ASWt Hungarian Court Asks That Hts Immunity End. Ri-daPist. Aug. 5 (delayed) The military court has asked the National Assembly to suspend the Immunity of former Premier Frledrlch so that he may be arrested on a charge of com plicity In the murder of Count Stephen Tlssa, who was shot and killed in No vember, 191s, in the presence of his wife. despatch from Budapest snld the Cabinet Council hsd decided to permit the trial of Frledrlch by the military authorities. A despatch dated ugii.'t ,1 said that nt the opening of the trial by court-martial of the persons under ac cusation In connection with the murder of Count Tlssa, Lieut. Huttner. one of the defendants, declared the murder hsd been preptred by a group of Journalists belonging to the Karolyi party with the connivance of Stephen Frledrlch, the for n er Premier, who paid the expenses of tht ataattlnttlon plot, amounting to IjO.OOO crown. RuntiN, Aug. S. ronraerft. In con nection with the report thtt heavy shipments of lumber hsve been sent from Danzig to Engltnd and Scandina vian points, says "Danslg may already be considered an English port." The timber In question comes from the Bromhcrg district and its reletee for export was obtained only after strong opposition by the Pollth Government. English Interests tre understood to have obtained ownership of extensive saw mills outside Dtnzlg and alto to have equipped large lumber shipping docks. Textile plants In the Cologne district are partially shutting down or reducing hours of operation. In Elherfeld forty five plants nave ceaeed operations and unemaloyed textile workere ire tttl mated to number 70.000. Thote thrown out of worl.- demtnd forced operation of the plants by the Sttte or the municipality. P0NZI S AUDIT DUE TO-DAY. Boston. Aug. I, The result of the Federal audit Of the Securities Exchange Company, conducted by Chtrlet Ponsl, probably will be made to I'nited States Attorney Gallagher to-morrow. Those associated with Edwin t Pride, the Fed eral auditor, said to-day the audit was practically complete. They gave no Intimation of tha p proxlmatn amount of Ponsl't liabilities. There's, something about them youlllikc- Twenty to icpacfcage EGYPTIAN DEITIES 'e o culture and 'nement invariably VSFEIL, VeEEk any other cigarette. TmWMM I. 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