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: THREAT TO OCCUPY
RUHR SENT RERUN
France Demands Compliance
With Disarmament
Hp Agreement.
ACCORD ON REPARATIONS
AlltVfl Premiers Acrroe to Brus
sels and Geneva
Sessions.
Dy IACHESCE nlLI.9.
1= I fpeeial Cable to Tub New Vobk RlUW
/ Copyright, 1320, by Tujj New Yosn Hew-O.
New York tlenld Bureau. >
Pari*, Nov. 6. \
if, j The French Foreign Office has sent
I Brother strong noto to Berlin demandI
ing stricter compliance with the dlaI
armament agreement entered into at Spa
M laet Juiy, which calls for the disarming
" and dlsbandment of the so-called citi
tens' defence forces, such as the
I Elnwohnnerwehr and the Orgescli. The
I French in their note also remind the
I Germans that tho Spa protocol envisaged
allied occupation of the Ruhr district
If this agreement was violated.
The cropping up of the disarmament
Question again at this moment appears
to tnany competent observers here as a
serious matter, as it occurs just as the
French and the British, are getting
together on a definite reparation scheme.
The Earl of Derby, British Ambassador
here, and Premier Leygues met this
afternoon and concluded an accord
which follows the general suggestions of
Premier Delacroix of Belgium that
there be held In Brussels a meeting of
the experts of tho allied Governments
and of the Reparations Commission.
Later representatives of the allied and
of the German Governments will meet
in Geneva to discuss tho questions, the
decisions arrived at in this conference to
be referred to a meeting of the Reparations
Commission for approval or disapproval.
Finally the allied Premiers
Will moot to pass on the findings of tho
Reparations Commission.
British Oppose Occupation.
There Is every Indication that the
British will oppose any effort to enforce
disarmament through the occupation of
further German territory. Premier
Lloyd George of Gr"at Britain hesitated
when, at Spa. he wan asked to agree to
measures against Germany should she
fall to live up to her promises with regard
to tho delivery of coal to the Allies.
Now that Germany has delivered more
than 90 per cent, of these coal requirements.
It Is regarded as probable that
the British Premier will not lose the
opportunity to contend that Germany,
through compliance with the coal demands.
has proved her good will. The
French press realize this and Is now
i referring to Premier Lloyd George as
"the keeper of tho keys to the Ruhr."
at tho same time recalling that In the
San Rcmo conference Premier Lloyd
Oeorgo and Premier Millerand had more
than one heated conversation In connection
with the occupation question?conversations
which culminated In the
threat by the British Premier that "If
France tries to repeat the Frankfort
occupation, the British will not only rei
fu.:e to follow them, but will even fall
to remain undisturbed, as they did tho
! last time."
The French Foreign Office declared
this morning that the Government here
t-? % hoped tho Gorman disarmament problem
would be solved amicably soon, hut It Is
|, significant that the warning was sent to
Berlin simultaneous with French recognition
of the fact that the League of
Notions, from which so much was expected
In the way of International guari
antees, was smashed definitely by the
election of Mr Harding as President of
the United States.
Seizure of Ruhr Advocated.
The campaign for the seizure of the
Ruhr district as the only means of forcing
Germany to pay promptly and obey
uir aemnos ot mc victors in me great
wer 13 becoming nicre widorpr'ad here
every day. For example the democratic
Nouu He, the largest Independent French
I newt-paper, han organised croups
throughout France which are calling on
their representatives in Parliament to
* forward the occupat'on movement
Meanwhile the Germans are making
much out o fthe fact that 12.600 machine
guns and several thousand rifles have
keen turned In by German civilians.
While the French Government calls attention
to the fact that the German delegates
to the Spa conference admitted
that there were a quarter of a million
weapons In the hands of German civilians.
and that these arms apparently
had been distributed to ths Orgssch and
similar organizations.
The dispute may have far reaching
results, as It Is conceded here that the
Bavarians are not willing to abandon
their civilian movement and. therefore.
French Insistence that the disarmament
agreement be carried out by Germany
may result In temporarily welding together
the north and south German factions,
which a week ago seemed on the
point of breaking on the question of
interior policy and the maintenance of
the Bavarian monarchy.
LUMBER EXPORTS FALL OFF.
1 ?es.....asi ? ? t nnnitUf. f)a?t lla?a.
Pr?T*n<? Trade 'With C. 8.
Waskiwoton, Nov. ?.?Recent irti
creases of from T'i to *0 ner cent. In
f Canadian railway fre it rates have
practically stopped lun.iv;- shipments
from British Colombia to the United
States, according to a report to the
Department, of Commerce to-dav from
(. E. A. Wakefield, Consul at Trlnce
Rupert.
During the last twelve month?, the
I Consul sild. British Columbia exported
10,000.000 feet of spruce and le.OOO.O&n
shingles to the United States, while th?
only lumber now being shipped *u
eontracted for before tho rate ad fanes*.
Spruce mills are closing down cr cur.
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FEATHERS DYED ms
' No Need to Throw Away '
Your Ostrich, Paradise,
Feather Fan?, Marabou
or Ostrich Neckpieces?
bring them here. By apecial
procea* , we art able to secure
txtMordinsrv result* in remaking
and dyeing them No ma'ter what
disaopoinMirnl* may have been
youn in the part. we guarantee our
work to exceed your r-*prctat!onj
b; l*r Prie x are irvW moderate.
Mail order* rxthe promof aifent!?n.
TADLER*
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Mexico's Capital City
Has a Crimeless Day
; WASHINGTON, Nov. 6?An
announcement issued to-day
by the Mexican Embassy said
that the 24 hour period of October
29-30 wag a crimeless day in
, the Mexican capital.
Although Mexico city has
more than a million inhabitants,
the statement said, not a crane
was committed nor a single arrest
made for an infraction of
the law."
O.S. BANKERS'IRE
HITS FRENCH OFFICE
Finance Minister in Trouble
Over Tobaoco Monopoly
Deal.
Special Cable to Thb nrw Tobk Hkum>.
Copyright, 19X0, bp Tub Nrw Y?nc Hs?ald
New York Herald niurmtt, ?
r?ris, Nov. C.J
That Frederic Fran cols-Mare* I la to
lose his job as head of tho French Finance
Ministry because he Incurred the
displeasure of American bankers by his
intrausigeance regarding the transfer
of the French tobacco monopoly to an
American consortium 5s the latest report
In French financial circles. It appears
to have considerable foundation.
The New York Herald correspondent
here is officially Informed that the Finance
Mlnlstre did, despite the numerous
denials of the report, receive definite
offers from an American tobacco synI
dlcate. While the amount of money
i Involved was not made public, it was
conceded that the Americans gave the
French Finance Minister great assistance
at a time when ho needed It badly.
I M. Marskl, howevsr, preferred to uci
cept the arguments of politic-), friends
regarding the tobacco monopoly?friends
who called his attention to the fact that
\ the tobacco selling privilege was used as
a favor to political workers, and that
j *his Bystem would not be continued
I under American control of the Ft-cnch
| tobacco business.
It was admitted everywhere that M.
Marsal has worked hard to make tlv?
1 present 6 per cent. loan a success. and
! while he Is still doing his best he has
lost touch with American bankers us
; well as with those of England, the
1 friendship of both of whom will have to
bo regained before France's financial
condition Is stabilised,
i M. Marsal is a candidate for election
to tho Senate from Cantal, and Ills candidacy
is receiving Uttio opposition. It
Is expected that after he is elected a
Senator he will be asked to relinquish
! the portfolio of finance immediately to
j make way for a more trained financier
j and diplomatist.
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KlaSES TAUT Of BANDIT LOOT.
Holdup Men Take Money. Overcoat
and Watch an Well.
' Special Dfepo'-h to Tm Niew Yobk Hmilb.
Chicaoo, Nov. 6.?Kisses have been
] stolen before now. but never in the record,
d history of Chicago's criminal operations
have, they been listed as part of
the loot in a holdup until to-day.
Three men stopped James Skerrett.
resident of the Hyde Vark Y. M. C. A.,
and Mies Edna Rohlnr-on. They took
Skerrett's watch, overcoat and SCO and
from the girl several kisses and 112.
M'PHILLIPS rOR BENCH.
I Albany, Nov. 6.?Gov. Smith anI
noun red to-day the appointment of
James McPhilllps of Glens Fall3 as Justice
of the Supreme Court. Fourth Jui
dieisl district, to succeed the late Justice
George R. Salisbury.
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TRIPARTITE NOT YET
ACCEPTED BY 0. S.
Washington May Yet Protestj
Against Agreement Regard- j
ing the Turks.
MUST KEEP 'POOR OPEN'!
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Second Paragraph of Article
II. Said to Contravene
nru n. t?i..
i ins rrnicipif.
Washington*. Nov. 6.?While no protest
has been made thus far by the State j
I Deportment against the tripartite agreement
by France. Great Britain and
I Italy defining spheres of Influence In
Turkey, officials stated to-day that this
did not mean that no objection would be
made against any provision viewed as
contravening an open door policy in Turkey.
The open door principle was insisted
upon by the United States In the
Turkish settlement. It was said, when
President Wilson was asked in March by
the French Government for his views on
the tentative draft of the Turkish treaty.
The American note of March 24 n.'id:
"It is the understanding of the. Governmetn
of the United States that whatever
territorial changes or arrangements may I
be made in the former Ottoman Empire
such changes or arrangements will in no
way place American citizens or corporations
of any other country in a less
favorable situation than the citizens or
corporations of any Power party to this
treaty." In some quarters it was con?A-/iav
Mm* #]>rt d??/-nnrl narairracA
of Article 2 of the tripartite agreement
did violate this principle in excluding
front the particular spheres of influence
reserved for each of the three. Powers
j the nationals of the other two contracting
parties
The paragraph in question reads:
i "The contracting Powers undertake not
j to apply, nor to make or support apTHE
FIFTH AVE
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vide Single Room
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With its 300 single r
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moderate means.
No charge unless yoi
The Public is being
Building Fund.
The lift)
Bank has gi\
WHAT WILL
UNDER CON'S
Henderson M. Wolfe, Treasurer
fCNABE WARE*
\nonnce the opening of a qi
of charming rooms especial
ranged for comfortably heat
?ke AMP1CC
jde lightfil home surroundir
se rooms this marvefais u\
ig be heard just as you w<
hear it in your awn home
ire cordially imnted to insf
new Studios at any time
that suits your cotwenienc
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7(j the p(ayin(j of such must
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EW YORK HERALD,
Like, the Pyramids
The Kensico Cemetery
Uijy ?nduf? former
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TME regrettable encroachment
that
so many city cemeteries \
have suffered is prompting
an ever - growing
number of families to
choose Kensico ? the
Permanent Burial Park.
You will be interested j
in our Booklet V with
Views. Request a copy.
he KensicoCemeterj
America's Burial Park
City Office>103 Park A?t,NX
Ilea lions on behalf of their citizens for
industrial or commercial concessions in
an area In which the special interests
of one of the said l'owors are recognized,
except in cases whore such Power
declines or is unable to te.ko advantage
of its special position."
Although the cabled summary showed
Article X. of the agreement to provide
nga'ast any prejud ce to the rights of
nationals of non-signatory States to
free access for commercial and economic
purposes, the full text of the
article, according to some officials, may
be construed otherwise.
KMJ COHEAX WOMEN ARRESTED
Tokto. Nov. C.?A press despatch from
Seoul to-day reports that 106 Corean
women have been arrested, charged with
collecting funds for the Shanghai provisional
Government.
NUE HOSPITAL
Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children
I
lected Case of Sicka
Your Office May
2 the Entire Foyce j
nue Hospital Will Pros
and Personal Attcnorker?and
his family.
ooms-NO WARDS?
LARLY the person of
ii arc able to pay.
asked for a ?2,000,000
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ven $30,000.
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For Monday
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A SpecsaS Of
Imported Lac
amid Window
(all of them brought f
season) at prices that
Sng an economy, inasm
able values will be obt
I Imported Lace
Marie Antoinette . {
Lacet Arahe . . j
Irish Point . . i
Imported Lace Wi
(hand-made Fr<
at corresponding!
Also
Curtains of imported
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j (Fourth F1
For Monday and Tm
Befo^e-Tlhal^lksg"',
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Household
representing remarkable
All-linen Damiask
(the smallest 2x2 yai
2x4 yardi
each $9.75, 1 1 50, 13.
All-linen Damask 1
(respectively 20x20 onch<
and 24x24 If
per dozen . $9.7
All-linen Double Dam;
in circular d
(the smallest 2x2 yar
2'/2x2'/2 yai
each $12.75, 1 4.5 0,
AlS-linen Double Dan
24x24 inches. f!)#.
Size 26x26 inches, pei
Also a quanl
All-linen Damask 8
at greatly reduced prio
$22.50 to 1
(Fourth F!
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TELEPHONE 7000 Ml
OTcermiiinig <5
many things tha
di; but one of then
to carry the poiir
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sums ami fcr<UMinj<m ?.ini?.ra im j
5 brimful of new and <s
delightful to possess. St
ce selections before the 5:
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ferJrag of
e Curtains
w Panels
rom En rope this
will make buymuch
as remark.ainable.
Curtains
per pair $ 1 4.00
per pair 14.00
per pair 10.50
intilow Panels
inch filet)
y low prices
; net, with Gluny
per pair $4.75
loor)
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viog Specials
Liraeras
price concessions.
Table Cloths
cis; the largest
i)
50, 15.00, 17.50
fable Napkins
ts, 225:22 inches
iches)
5, 10.75, 11.75
ask Table Cloths
esigns
'ds; the largest
rds)
, 17.50, 10.50
mask Napkins
r dozen 3 S 5.00
r dozen 18.75
tity of
Dinner Cloths
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git might appropri
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busying will bring much
possibly be achieved by wa
rharmiing things?beautil
is the part of wisdom, t
inevitable "rush** begins.
For Monday
A Rare Reduc
of
Metal L
offering 5,000 yards of ii
mlng Lares (Includin
all-metal effects and o
metal-amd-net ; en \
variously pri
$1.90, 3o75 <&
these figures repres
cne^haiif the actt
(First Flo<
For Monday
Am Extraordina
Knitting1
(6,0C0 hasti
of superior quality; ir
white, bSack, rose, bli
shades of tan; aJso gra;
mixture and brown mi:
at the exceptionally
6SC. per
In the Art Needlecral
(Fourth FSc
For Monday
SpecJall Va8i
Imported 1
Cheviots and
(genuinely all-wool; 5at
the greatly redt
$2.95 per
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These all-wool suit in
worth double the fig
(First Floe
Vogue Pai
for the Winter
are for sale on the I
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seautaful Trim- j
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seating about
ua! values j
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we, green, and
y mixture, blue j
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low price of |*
lank
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nor) . 1!
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Pweeds
Mixtures
inches wide)
aced price of |j
yard
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^ire quoted. iji
w) I
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season /
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