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POLES WILL FIGHT UNTIL PEACE COMES Utile flimico of CejiRliiK Hon Whips Willi ltd Ht'foi'n 'IVrinH Aro Rotllml, ALAND ISLANDS IN 'HANDS OF LEAGUE YvmUw Rnya Sweden Won't (llvo TIipiii I'p ami Kxim'Hh 'i... ....in., iimiiiii 1 v ft-".,!" EXl'KfT I.OXO VA HUM'S Tronty llolwcon Itussla ani( Finland lo Iln Slfoiort To-ilny A1.M IS TO IMIKVHNT WAIIS Teuso I-'pi'IIiw DlKRlialwl It.v Trnmpl Action mid llotli SIiIch SullKflnl, THE 'few AND NEW YOJIK HERALD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920, n m t my juoa, Latvia, Heptcmbor 18 (tlclnyeJ). -Aft" ft two 1,oura' fn'f'''n(!u fwrn'n between M. Ponibskl, liend of thn polish Peace Mlnnlon, and Adnlph Jeffs, ''til"' "f ,lm HUMtan Knvlot dele ,,tlf,n. opinion was expressed to Uio laaA'Inli.l 11 ury fr ilm Polish mission, that there, I itttiA iintH-i- of ii cessation of tho Husso- Pol'sti fittl.tlnB until preliminary peace urmi a" d'i''ei1 upon. Action nt tho ccnffP'w". which will endeavor to reach in nrKinii'iit on armistice term and lormunti" ii tieaty of pence between reliti.1 na Soviet Jluwln. will bo ?m polled huirly by tlitt military sltuatloo, uwrdliu; to views impressed heic. Tlie favorable military situation of the pt.ieu at prercnt, which makes their tltlMi more secure, and tho Unlay In thi Arrival of tlio 1'oIIhIi delcfc-ntcn here, courl' I 11,9 dellboratencss of th prtllminsry procedure, liavo created tlio impwilon that tho conference! may bo ;o9f drawn out IJntll tlio Poles aro ifcle to establish a lino which can readily tit defended It la considered probablo !n lome official quartern hero tlmt Po land will not agree to a cessation of heitlllllei'. U. Melrmwltch, Icttlsh Minister of Foreltn Affairs, will open thn peace con tamo Tuesday with nn address of wol eoms, to whlph MM. DombskI and Joffo will rci-pond, Tlio presiding otllccr will t M. DombskI, It bolnir hit turn to pre t'At under tho terms of tho iiRreement rtuchfd at Minsk. Thin afternoon's conference was held Mini clojcil doors, nt tho Illack Ileud House, erected ns n club for b.vhelor mirchants In tho fourteenth century. M. Joffo drove to tho conference In u llm ouilne which belonsed to tho former Km pfror of llussla, while M. DombskI nr rlTd hi a dilapidated onu horso vehlclo. Stockholm, Hcpt, 18 (delayed. The ptsco treaty between rtufla and Fin lend Is to be elKiind Monday tit Dor tut, says a KehliiBfors despatch to thn Dajrits .Vyhcfrr, to-day. GERMAN MINISTER RESIGNS. Dr. Wirth lnlt la l'rotrst Aualimt lllulirr AViikc Dfiiinnits. ivvnnv Stt l'l nr. Wlrtli. (Iprmin VUnlMur' of Finance, has re.flgii'id, iwiys t uerim tiespaicn to mo iMcimngo icie pnnh PnmnnnV It Is said ho left offce n a protest ilimtt acniunuu or. poi aim ninwu.v eUlelali for lilRher waueB without n limultaneous lucrcaiw in taxes ueinjr au tiorlrcd. bio nnn i,v joiiA.vxp.siirito. JoiiAXNKsntwi, South Afrl.-a. Sept. 19. -Tirr dnatroved tlio biurlne i-ooin and u mill lioufro oontfllnlnf -400. itaniphiffma,. W. la.Uie JvnlKlUiDep fi0lr.3VtKi In 'V folTTKlds tOfJWy. 'The IbOimRo Is ii'mttd al 1500,000, Ul II ,t i.f In If i 1'ttH I'AIIIH, Bent. Tho l.KU Of Ml (Ions, IIiioukIi Its Interveiitton In thn AlamUIidaiiils iiueMhm between fiffMen and I'liiland', baa proved lis rlnhl to Hvo iim (ii) Affective, menu nf iireventlnii futuro wars m nwlim nut of International dlHptilen, HJalnur Ilrntitlnw, I'llmo Mln liter of Hwiib'ii, wild to-day : "I will not use- the word 'tviir.' but the situation between Hwedon and Klnland u l'ri.mifr llrnntliiE deolilred, "Tlw Council of tho I.enKue, lhrouHlit it ..mil i, ti but inoiiuit netlon. ban ills Mniitod Hi, f,,.lnif und Hffcden believes thn roiim-U ln Hvitlo tlio mutter to the satisfaction of both countries. "Hwodtri In (nuipteto confidence In the lenKUO oh a iiiciiiih of preventing future warn, and proof of lhl lies in tno raci that wo nnlieiliutltmly placed our cao In Ita hands. I bellevo tho action the leaBUO hai taken on tho Aland Islands question furnishes proof to the world that the laue, Wen in Its present state, Is nn efficient world court for nearmi. International difficulties and forestallhiK conflicts between nations. All that the league needs lo make It a mot effective nnd certain Instrument of redueliiK fu him wiim to tin) absolute minimum is tho participation of tb United Hinte" .swetten nnn uio oiner iu" y world nwult tho entrance of Ame;i ;i with anxl.'ty and the keenest Interest. Heferrlinr t Sweden's pusltlou con cern Imr the Aland Islands, I'roniler Hrnntlni; twilnted out that Sweden m vr t- n,ii, i rv,. nn Hi,. Ulands. which, he de clared, are Hs.-ntlally Swedish. Sweden bac euk'Kestnl a picoiseiio to jinno n- cl-vlm. the Premier Kald, but tho Cuum; bus not yet decided what means it w employ mid three commissioners win make an Invcilisatlon, Premier llraul Ins.' 'Xiressed thn btllef that the coin r.iusli.ners' reixut Will recommend return of the Islands In Mwtdlsli HovereWjnty Their ImiUlry will dlsprovo the MnnHh contention that the majority of the If n-iderrt are I'lnnn. Premier llruntliur u F"rted. nnd the Islanders themselves have (xpresseil strongly i desire to be Joined with Sweden. , ., M. Knekell. rinnlih Minister In Parn-, declared to-day that the I.onguo of 'Nu tl. tm eoneluMons of tiatutday, when the C cum II of tho league decided It bad tie' right to net as arbitrator netwteii hwedon end Finland In the Aland Islands eon treversv nnd announced Its Intuiitlon ot iipiHilntlng a commission of three to In veMlgute the quietlon, were based on inaccurate premises, Inndmlsslhlu by Finland. 'file Council of the Uactie of Nation lm. requcili.il the allied Premiers to fur llbt) the col.illlltnis Upftl whlcli niKinbitrs hove been Rim led t'i OiO various Powt'is , .1 ,.t.iei iKiniidarles ( htaWlsbcd for I ,iii,nd.ittr.v territories, POTJXICAT , riH.ITIt Al.. ' Mass Meeting SALESWOMEN LESMEN Monday Night, Sspt. 20th, Under ihc Auspices of the and Carnegie Hall, fJm 57th St. at 8 P. M.. Chairman, GENERAL COLEMAN DU PONT in The meeting will be addressed by JAMES M. BECK of New York SENATOR GEORGE H. MOSES . of New Hampshire MRS. ALEXANDRA CARLISLE PFEIFFER of Boston LOUIS K. LIGGETT President United Drug Co. COLONEL WILLIAM HAYWARD Music 71st Regt! Band NO TICKETS OF ADMISSION REQUIRED - BiMiiii mi I !'" 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